News – July

sitracker wax sealIt’s time for a new release of SiT, v3.64. Read the release notes here.

This release is another maintenance, and it is highly recommended that you upgrade to this version.

  • Security issues found by Yuri Goltsev, Positive Research Lab
  • German help files are now translated thanks to Gabriele Pohl
  • 100% Portuguese (Portugal) translations thanks to José Tomás & Luis Manuel Rodrigues

If you want to help in the development of SiT v3.90 (pre v4.0) please feel free to contact us.

The translation files have been updated for this release, so if you can translate, please feel free to help us here, no matter if it is only 1 string or a full translation, anything helps.

You can find us on IRC, contact us on the developers mailing list or translators mailing list which you can find here

Download SiT 3.64

3 Responses to “News – July”

  1. 1 José Tomás August 16, 2011 at 8:37 pm

    Just an idea… which is more visible for companies that provides support over hardware.

    So, hardware has usually a partner number or component number, and then a serial number.

    A product is made of several hardware parts. Which gaves a DB relationship between main part and sub-parts.

    Parts that are replaced under contracts.

    Contracts that are referred to a serial number and site installation, and so a costumer.

    SiTracker as almost everything except this aspect for ticketing support for hardware.

    Where each ticket has his own notes, and possible relations between the knowledge base that contains solutions.

    What can the SiTracker do about this idea? Or am I totally wrong and SiT already have it in mind?

  2. 2 Ivan Lucas August 18, 2011 at 1:21 pm

    Hi José,

    This is probably a subject that is best discussed over in the SiT! forum rather than here but briefly I would say that we have no plans to implement this at the moment. That’s not to say we don’t want to do it, or we won’t it’s just that it hasn’t been discussed enough to get onto our Roadmap.

    So I really encourage you to bring this up on our forum and explain how you would like this to work and which parts of SiT! you would like to see changed to accommodate your ideas, that way we can all reach an agreement of what can be done and make some progress on it.


  3. 3 José Tomás August 19, 2011 at 5:18 pm

    I understand, and I’ll do it soon.



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