Posts Tagged 'LTS'

News update – April

We have some great news for you in this update.

Next release:
The release of 3.61 is shaping up, and is scheduled to be released the 9th of May. This release contains mostly bugfixes.

We had a documentation day where we added/updated alot of pages, take a look in our wiki.

A nice plugin from Kieran has been added; Incident for contact This plugin creates an incident for a contact when a new contact is created.

A big part of the Welsh translations thanks to Jeff Stone and Peter Hughes.
We’ve also added a mailing list for translators. Subscribe here (just send an empty mail).

We finally got to make the first video tutorial, hopefully more will come soon.
If you have a request of a video tutorial, feel free to ask in the forum
This one is about adding Sites, Contacts and Contracts:


Monthly news – March

As something new we are going to keep you updated with monthly news.

SiT 3.60 LTS (Long Term Support) is closing it’s release time.

It looks like the scheduled release date of 27th of March, is holding up.

We’ve reached 58% of the fixes.

New and/or updated plugins

Some new plugins has been added, browse the plugins here

I’ll list the ones for the current version of SiT (3.51)

  • Auto create – Auto-Create incidents based on keywords
  • Auto create with tags – Auto-Create incidents based on tags given to skills
  • tms_backup – Backup SiT using SiT’s scheduler and status on Dashboard
  • Change Skill – Change the skill in the incident details window (configured skills only)
  • Choose tag – User chooses 1 of 3 pre-set tags when incident is closed

For Developers and curious folk

We had a meeting on IRC the 20th of February where we discussed things like:

  • Future of 3.x branch
  • Aims for 4.x
  • Using GIT

And we cleaned through the bugs reported.

read more here

For translators :

Additional strings has been added, please update.
see which ones are needed

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