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SMF 2.1 RC3 Released

Started by Suki, October 15, 2020, 07:16:48 PM

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That's how I like to start a weekend! Wonderful news. Thank you so much for your time and dedication to keep SMF alive. Greatly appreciated. I will install it in my site along the weekend. Hopefully everything will go smooth!
Bests,

shadav

 :laugh: :P I knew you could do it

but na seriously.... thanks

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FellippeHeitor

My fingers itch to put this in production.  :o

shadav

Quote from: FellippeHeitor on October 16, 2020, 03:06:36 PM
My fingers itch to put this in production.  :o
it's not a good idea to use an rc for production....
I mean unless you want to deal with bugs, patches, and upgrades

it's best to use a stable version for anything other than testing purposes...

FellippeHeitor

Quote from: shadav on October 16, 2020, 03:08:53 PM
Quote from: FellippeHeitor on October 16, 2020, 03:06:36 PM
My fingers itch to put this in production.  :o
it's not a good idea to use an rc for production....
I mean unless you want to deal with bugs, patches, and upgrades

it's best to use a stable version for anything other than testing purposes...

Yeah, I know. Just an itch... but still an itch.  ;D

MobileCS

Congrats!

Will we be seeing 2.0.18 before RC4?

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Quote from: MobileCS on October 16, 2020, 03:14:58 PM
Will we be seeing 2.0.18 before RC4?

that depends on a lot of things. As always - we give no promises about release times.
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videoed

Quote from: shadav on October 16, 2020, 03:08:53 PM
it's not a good idea to use an rc for production....
I mean unless you want to deal with bugs, patches, and upgrades

it's best to use a stable version for anything other than testing purposes...

That's true; but sometimes we just gamble and try. 2.1 offers some functions I really needed for my site, so I decided to move on to 2.1 RC2 soon after it was released. And I have been happily using 2.1 RC2 in my site ever since with just some minor glitches here and there. The benefits of 2.1, even in a RC state really counter-weighted those issues; , at least in me case, of course . My forum, by the way has almost 500K posts and over 55K users. As I said, hopefully I will find some time to update to RC3 along the weekend. Finger crossed!Bests,

Antes


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Chen Zhen


Thanks to the developers and anyone else involved with the project for your time and hard work.
All people involved are doing a great job.

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Don't come around for a day or two and get RC3, great job.
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Chen Zhen

Quote from: AllanD on October 17, 2020, 10:02:42 PM
Don't come around for a day or two and get RC3, great job.

Why would you feel the need to lambaste someone for a thread that is current?


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m4z

I think that's fair, for people who don't understand how mods work in SMF (that they're developed indepentently, and that updating them can basically only start after the SMF release).

We're saying "Lookie here, you can upgrade!", but in reality, many people still have to wait for all their mods to be updated first. If that comes as a surprise, it'll obviously be a disappointment.

Since many SMF installations rely heavily on mods, we should maybe mention these "upgrade when using mods" basics in the release posts.


Edit: Actually that person might have actually meant it, like "I wasn't here for a couple of days, came back and saw rc3. Nice!"
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Quote from: m4z on October 18, 2020, 04:43:45 AM
Edit: Actually that person might have actually meant it, like "I wasn't here for a couple of days, came back and saw rc3. Nice!"

I'm sure that's what he meant.
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AllanD

Quote from: SychO on October 18, 2020, 04:56:23 AM
Quote from: m4z on October 18, 2020, 04:43:45 AM
Edit: Actually that person might have actually meant it, like "I wasn't here for a couple of days, came back and saw rc3. Nice!"

I'm sure that's what he meant.

That's exactly what it was, wasn't bashing anyone, was just happy to see it.
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Replikacep

I will continue to use rc2 I think there is nothing worth passing through

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