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Thantos:
I know a lot of people are wondering when the final version of SMF 1.1 will come out.  Well I'm not going to tell you, mainly because I don't know.  The goal for release keeps shifting to reflect new bugs being found and also the amount of time the devs have to work on it.

On August 29th we opened up a bug tracker to help us in the bug fighting front.  Before we were posting them to multiple boards and then we'd have to go through trying to find the ones we missed and it was a royal pain.  With our new bug tracker we've got them all in one area and its a lot harder to miss or forget a bug.

Since the RC3 launch we've had quite a few bugs reported.  Some have ranged from the trivial (typo in a comment) to the utmost importance (people not being able to login with certain characters in their username).  Its our need to fix these bugs that slow down the release of the final version.  However I'm sure you can agree that it is important to fix them.

We are as anxious to release the final version as you are to have it, however we won't release a piece of software until we are confident in it's ability to preform.

hohoho

Elmacik:
We are looking forward Mike.
Thanks for all your and other members of the team's effort.

By the way many members had a headache with the UTF-8 feature of the RC3,
Do you think its possibly usage mistakes or something needed to be developped more?

SleePy:
Most of us can wait for 1.1 final... ;)  its DE we are looking at now.. :D

Still think it would be a good idea to allow the public to view the bug tracker even though they couldn't add to it.. Just so people can be linked to it to let them know the devs know about the issue.

Joshua Dickerson:
* groundup thinks Thantos should beta test the spell check button

Daniel15:

--- Quote ---Some have ranged from the trivial (typo in a comment)
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Ooh, I've discovered some typo's in comments, does that mean that I should report them?

And speaking of the bug tracker, can normal members post bugs to it, or only staff/charter members? I discovered the bug tracker a few hours ago, but could not figure out how to post to it :P

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* Daniel15 agrees with groundup

--- Quote from: Thantos ---...On Augest 29th we opened up a bug tracker to help us in the bug fighing front...
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Not really a spelling thing, but anyways:

--- Quote ---We are as anxious to release the final version as you are to have it, however we won't release a piece of software until we are confident in it's ability to preform.
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It's should be its ;)


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