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SMF 1.0 Beta 4 Released to Charter Members

Started by David, February 14, 2004, 02:14:28 PM

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David

February 14, 2004, 02:14:28 PM Last Edit: February 14, 2004, 02:28:36 PM by [Unknown]
It is with great satisfaction and pleasure to announce that we have released Beta 4 of SMF to our Charter Members.  Once again, we would like to thank them for all of their help throughout the beta process as well as everyone who has supported us through this transition from YaBB SE.  As we have said before, this will be released to the public shortly after we are sure it is ready.  The next release will  not be a complete feature freeze until we reach the release candidate stage of the public process.  This public release will be more or less identical to Beta 4 but minus any bugs found.  We still have a few ends to tie up in terms of documentation and the daunting task of choosing a default theme but in terms of stable code, we are there.  While I cannot give you an exact timeframe for this public release, we are very close.

Thanks again for all of your support, feedback, ideas, and generally being a great community!
This space for rent.

Jeff Lewis

Again, this is the version the public will also get (it's a beta remember) but we're keeping with our policy of Charter Member release first which will also help u s catch any glaring errors that we need to correct. It  will be much easier to answer 100 requests about the same bug than several hundred :)

So, it draws very near and the wait is almost over :)
Co-Founder of SMF

[Unknown]

Sorry, I felt the need to clarify a few sentences so people wouldn't get mad about this and that.  (so easy to misunderstand things when you're doing it on purpose.)

-[Unknown]

Tom

February 14, 2004, 02:37:23 PM #3 Last Edit: February 14, 2004, 04:00:08 PM by Tom
Yey!   :D

* Tom is excited!

Congrats everyone! Time to pop open the champane. ;)

Justyne

Ever tried. Ever failed. No matter. Try Again. Fail again. Fail better.

RogueGeek

installed and running smoothly on my site

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thanks for all the great work.

Tyris

* Tyris goes into his dribbeling frenzy again.
well... at last... its so close now.. I can smell it :)
dont make us wait too much longer guys ;) :)
and good job to the whole team!! :D

bostasp

Oh for giddy aunt Dorris' sake
* bostasp hands Tyris a tissue
Next time, you can clean it up!

Well, I've got it up and running ;)
http://community.bostasp.net

oh, and great work guys :D



eFishie

* <? Piranha($fx); ?> starts hacking bostasp's forums.
--Jon

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eFishie

--Jon

Abstraction Point Electronic Music Community - We don't bite! Really! I promise!

Check out my newest song: Alive

morph


Coming soon!

eFishie

--Jon

Abstraction Point Electronic Music Community - We don't bite! Really! I promise!

Check out my newest song: Alive

morph


Coming soon!

1979Z28


Acf

Sigh...

Mr. Jinx

Looking good.. upgrade went flawless!
Hmm, I have to take a look at the user/board permissions, huge change!

http://www.chelloo.com/forum/

ROGUE-Master

YES!!!! So that means the public will get it SOMETIME THIS YEAR!! YESSSSS!

eFishie

Quote from: ROGUE-Master on February 15, 2004, 11:04:39 AM
YES!!!! So that means the public will get it SOMETIME THIS YEAR!! YESSSSS!

So positive, I think it's improving my morale!
--Jon

Abstraction Point Electronic Music Community - We don't bite! Really! I promise!

Check out my newest song: Alive

Acf

hehe so we can assume that will be released this year :P
Sigh...

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