[Xerte] Re: Xerte Online Toolkits v3.1
johnbijnens1 at gmail.com
Thu Dec 17 17:37:52 GMT 2015
Thank you very very very much for the new version 3.1 of Xerte Online Toolkits.
I must admit I was a little skeptic about what advantages 3.0 would bring over 2.x so my expectations weren't that high when I installed 3.0 on my server. Oh
man was I proven wrong. 3.0 turned out to be a great and fantastic version with an unexpected increase in productivity.
I would like to thank everyone involved with the development of XOT. You all did a fantastic job.
I would also like to wish everyone a merry Christmas and a happy new year. May 2016 bring everything everyone needs and even more.
On 17/12/2015 12:10, Julian Tenney wrote:
> The Xerte Project’s community of developers is proud to announce that version 3.1 of Xerte Online Toolkits is now available for download from the community
> site at http://www.xerte.org.uk.
> Version 3.1 is an incremental update that addresses a number of small issues that surfaced following the release of v3.0 back in the summer: in particular
> thanks to Len Johnson for his work on improving the installer, and to John Horne at Plymouth for sending through a number of fixes and patches. As always we’d
> recommend users upgrade their installations to the latest code.
> This has been an incredible year for The Xerte Project: we’ve joined the Apereo Foundation and the Open Source Initiative, and firmly established the software
> as a viable and sustainable open source project; we’ve released version 3.0 with significant enhancements to the editor and several new templates, and we’ve
> seen our community of users and developers continue to grow.
> Thank you to everyone who has contributed to the project this year, and to everyone out there I wish you a very merry Christmas,
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