[Xerte-dev] Re: 2.1 Release
J.J.Smith at gcu.ac.uk
Fri Oct 18 16:03:06 BST 2013
I'll try to fix the icons for rss - that and the interface changes make it a useful upgrade and there have been a lot of bug fixes since we went to Github so will be good to get them out there...
Is documentation the thing that is always letting us down? We really need to start putting some stuff into the wiki... anyone fancy coming up with a list of sections that we can then start to try and populate?
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Sent: Friday, October 18, 2013 3:54 PM
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Subject: [Xerte-dev] 2.1 Release
Guys, I'm off next week, and will be back 29th, please test and fix as much as possible with the 2.1 files and I'll do what I can but it might not be very much. On the other hand I've been running the files all week on my local host and haven't spotted anything really, so I think Tom's point of view, that it ought to be at least as good as 2.0, stands.
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