Lots of Sugar Releases out now!

bsoremsugar —  October 24, 2011 — 2 Comments

We’ve done a lot of releases of Sugar over the past few days, here’s a quick summary:

  • Sugar 6.2.4, our final regular scheduled patch release of the Sugar 6.2 series, and comes with over 200 bug fixes and several important security fixes that are recommended for all users. This release marks a milestone from a community standpoint, with 10% of the bugs fixes in this release coming directly from our community around the world. A big thanks to everyone who has contributed these fixes!
  • Sugar 6.3.0RC3, the third and most likely final release candidate for Sugar 6.3. This release is a big one for developers and the community at large, with just about all of the features targeting every edition of the product. Check out the July Community Webinar for a preview of the features. GA is scheduled for November 9th.
  • And last but certainly not least, Sugar 6.4.0beta1, which is the first beta preview of the upcoming Sugar 6.4 release coming early next year. Features include a new calendar module, the first stage of database layer improvements, and several other features. Check out this month’s Community Webinar for a preview.

Go forth and download from SugarForge and GitHub!

2 responses to Lots of Sugar Releases out now!

  1. 

    Awesome!! Looking forward to the 6.3GA release and even more looking forward to the 6.4 release with the awesome new Calendar and the ability to edit Users layouts through Studio! w00t!

  2. 

    I tried to download the webinars from the site you linked to, but July’s file fails saying “Error: blob is too big”. What alternative do we have to download these webinars besides github?

    Thanks.

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