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Started by Norv, December 22, 2011, 11:43:01 PM
Quote from: Inter on August 31, 2012, 11:22:28 AMThe request not to be angry with this question:already passed 8 months, this year there is a new release?It would be desirable to hear approximate date.I don't hurry, simply it is interesting to me.
Quote from: Suki on August 31, 2012, 11:24:55 AMQuote from: Inter on August 31, 2012, 11:22:28 AMThe request not to be angry with this question:already passed 8 months, this year there is a new release?It would be desirable to hear approximate date.I don't hurry, simply it is interesting to me.Again, https://github.com/SimpleMachines/SMF2.1Check that page, if you are interested, you can see the progress right there, is open for everyone to see and to participate.
Quote from: N. N. on December 22, 2011, 11:43:01 PMHello all,Simple Machines Forum project has released SMF 1.1.16 and SMF 2.0.2 security patches for the SMF community.Critical security issues have been identified and fixed with this patch, therefore it is highly recommended to make sure you update your forums immediately.A few bug fixes for SMF 2.0.x are also available with the patch.If you use 2.0.1, you can update your forum to 2.0.2. using package manager. You should see the notification in Admin panel, allowing you to download and install seamlessly. If you don't have a notification about the update, please run the scheduled task "Fetch Simple Machines files".You can also download the patch for 2.0.1 from the customize site: smf_2.0.2 patch, and install it through package manager.If you use 1.1.15, you can update to 1.1.16 with the smf_1.0.22_1.1.16 patch, also using package manager.If you use older versions of SMF, you can upgrade with the full upgrade packages from the downloads page.Please find the changelog for the latest release as usual, on the downloads page as well:http://download.simplemachines.org/Please do not use this topic for support requests. You will get a much quicker and better response by posting in the relevant support board!Regards,Simple Machines Forum project