- Created on Sunday, 04 June 2006 12:00
Joomla! 1.0.9 [ Sunshine ] is now available as of Monday 05th June 2006 18:00 UTC for download here.
We suggest that all Joomla! users upgrade to this version.
1.0.9 contains the following changes:
- 12 Low Level Security Fixes
- 160+ General bug fixes
- Several Performance enhancements
Although this release contains 12 security fixes, as they are of a low level nature, this release is being characterized as a Stabiility/General release. If you are running 1.0.8, you are advised to upgrade to 1.0.9 as it fixes several annoying non-critical errors in 1.0.8
1.0.9 is available as a Full Package, which contains all Joomla! files and Patch Packages which contain only the files that have been changed by the Stability work conducted from previous Joomla! 1.0.x versions.
- Created on Saturday, 03 June 2006 12:00
Joomla! 1.0.9 will be released on Monday June 05, 2006.
1.0.9 represents a Stability/General Release. It contains:
- 12 `Low Level` Threat fixes
- 160+ non-critical general bug fixes
- Several Performance improvements
Please note: no specific time has been set for the release, so it may become available at any time on the 5th.
- Created on Sunday, 02 April 2006 16:04
Just when you thought it was time for a Joomla! release increment, we've decided to take FIVE in one go!
During the past few months, we've been discussing the versioning of the forthcoming Joomla! release. We have decided to call the upcoming beta release "Joomla! 1.5 Beta", not Joomla! 1.1 Beta.
The sheer volume of changes in the Joomla! core (Joomla! framework) made a minor point (.1) increment inconsistent with the amount of work undertaken. While it may not be obvious by simply looking at release dates, today's Joomla! core has mutiple technology shifts under the engine.
Much of the work reflects meeting the expectations from requests by the international community, to make Joomla! fully internationalised — and this was given the highest priority. Lead developer of 1.5 Johan Janssens said the development issues involved in implementing internationalisation required "significantly more developer muscle compared to what shipped in Joomla! 1.0".