Last post Jun 13, 2006 11:02 PM by rtonerii
Jun 11, 2006 05:26 AM|cyberfester|LINK
I usually read both this forum and DNN forums; each one has nice features: on DNN forums I can find specific arguments and here I can find more generic arguments which are also important.
That's fine but during last weeks in both forums I coud not find specific information about the steps for releasing 3.3/4.1 version...
1 month ago I read Shaun's blog and then nothing else...
When it will be available for download?
Jun 11, 2006 01:44 PM|brian_c|LINK
I don't have your answer but I say 2nd week of July...
(you wont get an answer but you will get lots of replies if you are more argumentative) [8-)]
Jun 11, 2006 02:49 PM|JohnVndnBrk|LINK
I also had the same question after a week it was released. The current version I am using is 4.0.3, works great, and I do not have any specific reasons or needs for an upgrade. My sites are not critical to business, but I enjoy gettting my hands on the
latest release. I believe that there is some formal process to the sign off of each new version, and would take an interest in knowing - just out of coureosity.
For now I will just assume that those involved in working with 4.x are being methodical in their acceptance testing and will have this release out fairly soon. I was blown away when version 4.x was released in conjunction with ASP.NET 2.0 and am glad that
I could get my hands on this as it has helped me get a good start with both Visual Studio and SQL Server 2005.[:)]
Jun 11, 2006 03:19 PM|brian_c|LINK
you will either upgrade or not be able to use many and soon probably all of the core modules....
you need to read the dotnetnuke forums to see that some of the new releases will only work on the upcoming version..
that is why some would like to know.. is testing going well or not. The core team wants this to be more than just a framework for blogs yet when you depend on it for anything you cannot get answers. That is my complaint...
Jun 12, 2006 12:50 AM|JohnVndnBrk|LINK
I haven't been to the DNN forums in a while, so didn't know this. Since my sites are low risk, I've experimented with a few things when I upgraded to DNN 4, and have a fairly safe and simple upgrade process from DNN 3 to 4 that may help others.
I thought this forum was going away some time ago, although I do prefer it over the DotNetNuke site's forum. Given the number of posts you have and the quality of them, I'm surprised you are not a member of the core team...
Jun 12, 2006 01:33 AM|brian_c|LINK
Jun 12, 2006 01:34 AM|brian_c|LINK
Jun 13, 2006 09:30 PM|mombassa|LINK
Jun 13, 2006 11:02 PM|rtonerii|LINK
Yeah but none of the links work yet. I think they are still uploading them.