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Although we wanted to keep it for the 2.3 line, with this version we had to drop support for SMF 2.0 Beta and RC versions. That means, SimplePortal 2.3.5 will only support SMF 2.0, 2.0.1, 2.0.2 and all versions of SMF 1.0 and SMF 1.1 line. (including SMF 1.1.16)
I completely agree on this aspect of the development. It is risky for forum owners themselves, if they have not yet moved up from beta or RC versions of SMF. Enabling future SP versions for such unstable releases should be ceased to discourage people from sticking to unreliable SMF versions prior to 2.0 final as well as allowing improved and better code stability.
That's impressive! You have made quick work of this release! And I look forward to improved compatability with some of the more exotic CURVE-like themes. -------Edit: corrected typo
You should work more slowly! ... so now we can start talking about SP3.0?
Some people always ask for too much and others give too much ... I dont like it when people try to push others into more and more work when they are donating their time - you do enough. SP3 can wait till the end of the year in my opinion... or later.
I understand that we should not expect too much when we're being given a lot already for free! But discussing and planning the next major version of SP is something that we should all plan and discuss at length. Is there any official thread for that purpose? With a bit of brainstorming, we might end up having less code later on, since we'll know exactly which directions to take the software and make it even better.
Just curious, is SP 3.0 going to be something along the futuristic outlines set by smCore? http://www.simplemachines.org/community/index.php?topic=469417.0Or rather something more down-to-reality, like immediate compatibility with the existing SMF 1.1.x and 2.0.x? Personally, i'd go with the second option any day.
In order to make sure 2.3.5 is stable enough, we'll be releasing a quick public Release Candidate. You can expect to try out 2.3.5 in a day or two.
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