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dotProject 2.1.6 now released
There is now a new version of dotProject available over on SourceForge. This version cleans up quite a few issues that had sneaked in over time. Some of the wierdness in the 2.1.5 install has been addressed, so upgrades should be much more functional.
A lot of input from the community has been incorporated, including some great localisation fixes from the Brazillian dotProject community. Those guys and gals always provide inspiration, and I'm truly sorry that our timezone differences make online meetings a problem.
There seems to be a lot of activity in the community at the moment, and it all is to the betterment of the project.
great stuff, you did a great job.
How about existing translations in 2.15. Are there any restrictions while running the update to 2.16 with existing translations?
Translations are unaffected, although the coverage for translations is now greater so that the translators will be able to provide a better result with this release.
It really helped me in delivering hi-end DC projects
We are currently looking at GIT repos, but we are likely to simply convert the SVN repo to GIT on SourceForge rather than yet another external repo.
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