3.2 beta release
Just a little headsup that we are closing in on the first 3.2 beta version. Right now we’re finishing up the upgrade functionality (upgrades can be performed either from 3.0.x or 3.1.x), and adding a bit more spit and polish. We will be fixing a lot of smaller bugs as soon as the final polishing is done for the newest features, and then we’re ready to release.
When we release the 3.2 beta, anything goes. Please report any and all issues you find, whether it is upgrade issues, usage issues, installation issues, or anything else that you can trigger. Do your best – break it, and break it hard.
Just to add even more fun into the mix, we’re also adding experimental support for microsoft sql server in the 3.2 beta. If any of you are running with an ms sql server and want to give us a hand testing it out, please file issues against this as soon as you can.
Oh yeah, you probably want a date, too. October 15th.
Update: A lot of effort was made, trying to finish up the caspar framework refactoring in time for the beta release, but unfortunately it is not possible. Because of this, the beta release is being pushed back two weeks, to October 29th. Thanks for your patience.