04 February, 2013
Filed under Release

CiviCRM 4.3 is packed with hundreds of improvements to make your CRM more productive, easier to use, and (dare I say) more fun. And it's going to be released soon. How soon? Well that depends on you. In the upcoming alpha version there may still be lurking bugs and we need your help to find them. You don't need coding skills or copious free time, but it will take all of us pitching in to make this release the best it can be.  Find out how you can get involved.

10) CiviDiscount Extension

  • Create custom discount codes (flat or percentage)
  • Track and restrict discount usage
  • Member discounts and special renewal discounts

9) Contact Edit Locking

  • Prevents accidents when two people edit the same contact at the same time...
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02 January, 2013

The team is excited to announce the seventh release of 4.2 stable with support for Drupal 7, Joomla 2.5 and WordPress 3.3.

We strongly recommend that all sites upgrade their CiviCRM code to this release if you are using previous version of 4.2. There have been significant (75+) bug fixes, including two security fixes, since the last stable release of 4.2. You can download the release from SourceForge, and you can also test drive the release on each platform using the public demos:

What is new in 4.2?

Here's a quick list of some of the other cool new features and improvements in this release:

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01 November, 2012
By kurund

The team is excited to announce the fifth release of 4.2 stable with support for Drupal 7, Joomla 2.5 and WordPress 3.x

This release includes a critical bug fix related to drush upgrades, eliminates a vulnerability in the OpenFlashChart tool which is included in CiviCRM distributions, and also includes another 20+ fixes. We recommend that site administrators review the issue queue and apply the upgrade in a timely manner. You can download the release from ...

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23 October, 2012
Filed under v4.2, Release

Update November 1st: CiviCRM 4.2.6 was released today with resolution to this data loss issue. You can review details of the resolution and testing process on the issue tracker. A separate database cleanup script has been implemented to handle the original "problem data" issue.

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Update October 25th: The data loss issue is limited to sites using Drush to run the 4.2 upgrade. Web-based upgrades should not have been affected. Nevertheless we strongly recommend that folks who have not yet upgraded to 4.2 wait for the 4.2.6 release due out next week.

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We've just been notified that running an upgrade to 4.2 using Drush may result in the unintentional loss of some membership and associated contribution data...

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18 October, 2012
Filed under v4.2, Release

This release replaces 4.2.3 which was pulled due to a syntax problem in the upgrade script.

If you've downloaded 4.2.3 and not tried the upgrade yet, you can trash that tarball and then download 4.2.4.

If you tried to upgrade using 4.2.3 and got the fatal error, you can download 4.2.4 and safely run the upgrade again.

if you used the 4.2.3 release to install a NEW CiviCRM site, no additional action is needed. (The bug does not affect new installs.)

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The 4.2.4 release includes ~70 bug fixes. We recommend that site administrators...

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17 October, 2012
Filed under v4.2, Release

Unfortunately we have discovered a syntax problem in the 4.2.3 upgrade script which will cause the upgrade to fail. We are pulling this release and will replace it with 4.2.4 shortly.

If you've downloaded 4.2.3 and not tried the upgrade yet, you can trash that tarball and then download 4.2.4 shortly.

If you tried to upgrade using 4.2.3 and got the fatal error, you can safely download and run 4.2.4 shortly.

This issue will not affect your site if you installed a new CiviCRM site using 4.2.3.

This release includes ~70 bug fixes. We recommend that site administrators review the issue queue and apply the upgrade in a timely manner. You can download the...

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27 September, 2012
Filed under v4.2, Release

The team is excited to announce the third release of 4.2 stable with support for Drupal 7, Joomla 2.5 and WordPress 3.3.

We strongly recommend that all sites upgrade their CiviCRM code to this release if you are using previous version of 4.2. There have been significant (~47) bug fixes since the first stable release of 4.2. You can download the release from SourceForge, and you can also test drive the release on each platform using the public demos:

What is new in 4.2?

Here's a quick list of some of the other cool new features and improvements in this release:

  • Extensions...
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12 September, 2012
Filed under v4.2, Release

The team is excited to announce the second release of 4.2 stable with support for Drupal 7, Joomla 2.5 and WordPress 3.3.

We strongly recommend that you upgrade a test copy of your site and review your critical workflows before upgrading your production site. There have been significant (~77) bug fixes since the first stable release of 4.2. You can download the release from SourceForge, and you can also test drive the release on each platform using the public demos:

What is new in 4.2?

Here's a quick list of some of the other cool new features and improvements in this release:

  • Extensions...
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20 August, 2012
Filed under v4.2, Extensions, Release

The team is excited to announce the release of 4.2 stable with support for Drupal 7, Joomla 2.5 and WordPress 3.3.

You can download the release from SourceForge, and you can also test drive the release on each platform using the public demos:

Extensions take flight

The combination of extendability and a facility for folks to share their innovations is a key to the success and growth of the three content management platforms that CiviCRM integrates with. After several "experimental implementations" - we think the extensions functionality for CiviCRM is now ready for prime time with the 4.2 release. This...

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09 August, 2012
Filed under v4.2, Release

The team is excited to announce the fifth and probably final beta release for 4.2 with support for Drupal 7, Joomla 1.7 and WordPress.

Please remember this is a BETA release and it should NOT be used on production sites - however, we  strongly encourage everyone to upgrade a copy of your current site(s) on a test server and let us know about any bugs or problems.

You can also test drive the release on each platform using the public sandboxes:

Please spend some time running through your critical workflows on these sandboxes, and report any bugs or issues on the...

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