There were still a few nasty bugs left over, and some fixes to be done, but they all seem to be done and sorted now. IAX extensions, which were totally broken in the whole 2.2 branch, have finally been fixed, thanks to an eagle-eyed n3glv on the support IRC channel. Thanks! Continue reading
Thanks goes to all the people who downloaded and tested, and reported bugs for 2.2.0b2, because they’ve helped find a PILE of bugs, and brought freePBX 2.2 to _almost_ a release candidate. But I chickened out at the last minute, and went for another beta release.
For those with a short attention span, the quick summary is ‘Good. No serious errors found’. However, there have been a couple of bugs found and reported, (including a couple from people who were upgrading from AMP 1.0.xx) and we thank the submitters for doing it. I’m taking the weekend off to spend some time with the family, and also to do some Trials riding., so as I’m not going to be around, I thought I should update everyone on what’s been fixed, and what hasn’t.
It’s been a long time coming, from 2.1 to 2.2, and we hope the wait has been worth it. There’s been a whole pile of changes, so many in fact that I didn’t update the CHANGES file in the code. I’ll make sure to remember to do that before 2.2.0-release (or 2.2.0-beta2) comes out. You can download it from the usual place, and you’ll also notice that there are two packages. Continue reading
As anyone who’s been watching the timeine would know, Greg has recently done a very impressive re-write of the front end of freePBX, and it looks VERY impressive. We’ve also done a lot of changes to the way the online module repository works, making it a lot more seamless, and we’ve also now got two seperate machines acting as mirror.freepbx.org – that’s where you download the module updates from. Continue reading