SiT v3.60 Released

Version 3.60 of Support Incident Tracker (SiT!) has been released thanks to the dedicated hard work of our developers, translators and testers. This release is a bugfix and translations update and has many bug fixes and small improvements and it’s key focus is stability.

This is a Long Term Support edition, which means that we will be providing Technical Support and bug fixes for this release (as v3.61, v3.62… etc.) until around the time that v4.1 is released. Security fixes will be made available for longer than that – at least until v4.2 is released! We’ve decided to do this so that we can concentrate our main development efforts on exciting new features for 4.x without ignoring existing users who are currently using the 3.x versions of SiT! and to provide a stable upgrade path.

Please see our Roadmap.

All users are strongly encouraged to upgrade to this release. See the Release Notes for more information.

Grab your copy now!

Highlights

  • Many minor and not-so-minor enhancements and bug fixes
  • Updated German (de-DE) translation (65%) by Raffael Luthiger
  • Updated Slovenian (sl-SL) translation (52%) by Alen Grižonič
  • Updated Danish (da-DK) translation (100%) by Carsten Jensen
  • Updated Russian (ru-RU) translation (99%) by sancho78rus
  • Support for daylight savings time (DST)
  • Added more plugin contexts, including support for a plugins tab on the configuration page

Plugins
The new configuration page for plugins in v3.60 is already supported by a number of plugins and more will take advantage of this soon.

SiT 3.60 plugin configuration page

Have a look at our expanding Plugins Directory to see how you can extend SiT! in various interesting ways to meet your own specific requirements. If you’re interested in creating your own plugins or releasing plugins that you’ve already written we’d love you leave a comment and tell us about it.

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