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From: Kevin Campbell <kev@lo...> - 2006-03-14 19:42:33
2.1-RC1 should be released this evening, I'm just currently waiting for
sourceforge's CVS to start responding again and commit some final fixes
to authentication. The major changes in this release are the new UI which
is fully implemented in CSS, and a ruleset engine under the hood to
process tickets. This is also used to add in a queueing mode, which many
of you have been requesting. Some in depth documentation on this will
There should be a 2.1-RC2 released by the end of the week, or by the
weekend, which will address any bugs which are reported in this release.
For those wishing to start testing 2.1 to move over to it, I would still
suggest that at this stage that some care is taken in deployment. It is
likely that there are still bugs in this release which have been missed
I will be releasing an additional package tomorrow which should help if
you are wishing to run 2.1 in parallel with an existing system. The
datastructures in 2.1 are not backwards compatible with 2.0, so you
cannot downgrade an upgraded system. There is considerable test suite
coverage of the core of the product though, so there should not be any
issues which cannot be fixed retrospectively.
From now on, bugfixes to the 2.1 series will be getting managed through
sourceforge's bug tracker. Any changes to the dataset will also be
coupled with migration code for each new release.
Please let me know how you get on, any feedback is always appreciated.
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