Release 0.14.2

Good news everyone, the newest stable release Alpha-0.14.2 has just been released this morning. You will be able to find it in the usual spot on github – Alpha-0.14.2 Looking at Bugzilla we only have 12 more bugs to process before doing something we have not done before, a complete re-test of the system. Usually after so many bug fixes we just do a quick shake out before we eagerly move to the next branch (which is a development cycle). However this time we are trying to design the 0.14 branch to be NearBeach’s most stablest branch, a branch that we can recommend people to stay on. The reasoning behind this is;

  • Building a stable foundation for future improvements and enhancements
  • Start competing with what is already on the market
  • Use NearBeach to start planning it’s very own roadmap

We hope you do enjoy the new improved features in NearBeach 0.14 branch. This does come with the issue that we have extended this cycles development time by an extra month.

 

Bug Fixes

BUG333 – Email in plain text
BUG356 – Failure to create new Project
BUG353 – Failure to create new opportunity
BUG355 – Failure to feedback when updating.
BUG359 – Naming convention
BUG358 – No feedback when completing Project/Task creation
BUG343 – Can not create project for customer without organisation
BUG351 – Failure to create new Project

 

Future NearBeach

We are hoping to have a sit down meeting soon and start planning road map. There will be new requirements mapped out and we will be keeping you in the loop. If you are interested you will be able to view our JIRA account at https://nearbeach.atlassian.net.

New Site – New Future

The issue with data migrating from one server to another in the cloud space is sometimes, something has to give. It was either my sanity or the previous posts of NearBeach. I took the latter as the former had already gone years before hand.

There is good news in between all this migration, we are now hosted on Digital Ocean who were kind to us and gave us $100 credit which will help with most of the web server needs for most of the year. The other good news is that we have done a thorough bug testing and released our first stable version 0.14.0 the other day.

The bad news is that due to this data migration and a few personal things, we are going to be spending a few months on really polishing NearBeach. We want to be able to present a product that will help you, and we need to fix any and ALL bugs in the system. So for the next 6 weeks we will be on a bug fixing sprint, and then back to normal after that.