You can also try it out on our sandbox site here
This release is focused on CiviMail - and unlike previous public demos and sandboxes, you can use the CiviMail menus and features on the public sandbox. However, no actual mail will be sent from the site.
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- Downloads - There have been over 40,000 downloads of CiviCRM from SourceForge since January of this year (averaging around 4,500 per month).
- Forum - The community forum was launched in April and already was 800+ members (5,330 posts as of today)
- Issue and Bug Reports - Karl Fogel’s excellent book “Producing Open Source Software” highlights the importance of community-reported bugs and issues as an indicator of the health of a project. The issue-tracker has over 400 registered users - and considerably more than half of the 250+ issues posted and resolved for 1.8 came from the community.
- Beta Testing - Folks downloading and testing beta releases make a major contribution to the quality and...
v1.9branch in our Subversion repository. CiviCRM 1.9 will be strictly a CiviMail-improvement release, which means there will be no changes to core CiviCRM nor other CiviCRM components. Now, the poll. One of the improvements we want to roll in this release is that all of the CiviMail actions that the users can now undertake over SMTP, like subscribe, unsubscribe, or opt-out, can also work over HTTP. This means that instead of, for example, sending an email... Read more