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April 20, 2011
By shot Filed under v3.4 and v4.0, CiviCRM, Drupal, Joomla

After months of development we’re more than happy to announce the concurrent release of CiviCRM 3.4.0 and 4.0.0, the first stable CiviCRM 3.4 and 4.0 releases! Both versions are now available for download. You can also try it out on the public demos: Drupal 6 / Drupal 7 and Joomla 1.5 / Joomla 1.6 sites. We strongly recommend going through 3.4/4.0 highlights post, where you will find out what’s new and hot in this release. The newest CiviCRM versions are:

4.0.0 for Drupal 7 and Joomla 1.6 3.4.0 for Drupal 6 and Joomla 1.5
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April 4, 2011
By shot Filed under v3.4 and v4.0, CiviCRM

Stable is getting closer and closer, as proved by a second pair of betas for CiviCRM 3.4 and 4.0!

An remember - if you didn't already, make sure you read "Step up and help out" section of this blog post!

The newest versions are:

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March 29, 2011
By shot Filed under v3.4 and v4.0, Architecture, CiviCRM, Internationalization and Localization

I’m happy to announce the rebuilding of CiviCRM translation resources. If you’ve been a visitor to our Transifex page previously, you know that CiviCRM always ran two concurrent sets of translation resources – one for the stable version and one for the upcoming version (since its first beta release). This was cumbersome – and is the past now.

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March 28, 2011
By shot Filed under v3.3, CiviCRM

The team is excited to announce the release of CiviCRM 3.3.6 - it is now available for download. You can also try it out on our demo site. This is a bugfix release resolving a few issues.

 

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March 21, 2011
By shot Filed under v3.4 and v4.0, CiviCRM

Paging all multilingual CiviCRM users: We’re considering turning some of the multilingual fields back to be monolingual (i.e., have the same values in all languages, even on a multilingual installation), and your feedback on this is crucial.

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December 3, 2010
By shot Filed under v3.3, CiviCRM

As hinted previously, CiviCRM 3.3 introduces a new feature, a low-level tracking of everything that happens with a given installation’s data: who does what exact change (and when).

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November 24, 2010
By shot Filed under v3.3, CiviCRM

We just released CiviCRM 3.3.beta3 – it is now available for download. You can also try it out on our sandbox site. Please remember this is a BETA release and it should NOT be used on production sites.

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November 18, 2010
By shot Filed under v3.2, CiviCRM

CiviCRM 3.2.5 is a security release, fixing security vulnerabilities in CiviCRM Ajax and REST interfaces and export code. We strongly recommend that you upgrade your CiviCRM installation to 3.2.5.

We just released CiviCRM 3.2.5 – it is now available for download. You can also try it out on our demo site. This release introduces quite a few bug fixes; for full list of things that has been fixed/improved in 3.2.5, please take a look at our issue tracker.

For more details on major new features/highlights, please refer to 3.2 release blog post, here's the short list:

Usability improvements Support for PHP 5.3 CiviCase Phase 3 CiviEvent workflow improvements Free-tagging, and Tags for Cases and Activities No standalone version

 

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November 18, 2010
By shot Filed under v3.3, CiviCRM

We just released CiviCRM 3.3.beta2 – it is now available for download. You can also try it out on our sandbox site. Please remember this is a BETA release and it should NOT be used on production sites.

We strongly recommend going through 3.3 highlights post, where you will find out what’s new and hot in this release.

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November 9, 2010
By shot Filed under v3.3, CiviCRM

We just released CiviCRM 3.3.beta1 – it is now available for download. You can also try it out on our sandbox site. Please remember this is a BETA release and it should NOT be used on production sites.

We strongly recommend going through 3.3 highlights post, where you will find out what’s new and hot in this release.

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