We now present the Release Candidate for ImpressCMS 1.3.9! ImpressCMS 1.3.9 RC contains several bugfixes and enhancements to work correctly on newer PHP versions.
The first release candidate is a good opportunity to begin developing with ImpressCMS 1.3.9, especially for sites that are at the beginning of their development track. This release should be backward-compatible with previous 1.3 releases, so you should have no problem using modules that are 1.3 or 2.0 compatible.
You can help bring new translations to the ImpressCMS core and make it easy for non-english speakers to use ImpressCMS in their language. Contact @fiammybe for more information or have a look at the wiki pages.
The ImpressCMS Core source code is available on Github, where you are invited to fork it, change it, and make a pull request for integration into a next release. We have already integrated some pull request from external developers and will be very happy do to so in the future. Because we like their tool so much, we organise our tasks in Assembla
This goal of this release candidate is to determine exactly that Normally, if no blocking bugs are discovered, I would like to take advantage of the extra day we have this year and do a February 29th release.
One bug was untreated as of yet, where previewing a comment could result in the loss of your text (#913) This will be taken on in the next sprint after the release of ImpressCMS 1.3.9.