5.7.3.1 Update will be available soon?

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Hello
I was hoping that 5.7.3.1 was getting out but I don't seen any movements. Did anyone know if it will be available soon or we need what for 5.7.4? :(
Because I see that some critical problems are fixed and they will be very welcome in a nice update.

Thank you very much.

pedroserapio
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triplei replied on at Permalink Reply
triplei
https://github.com/concrete5/concrete5-5.7.0/issues will be your best bet... There is a milestone labeled 5.7.3.1 targetted with a release date of today, but there are still open issues in it at the moment.

Unless someone with the inside scoop has a spare moment to fill in the rest of us, I think we'll just have to wait & see... FWIW, there's been a fair bit of activity on the develop branch, so hopefully we can see that merged into master soon :)
pedroserapio replied on at Permalink Reply
pedroserapio
Thanks triplei!

Concrete5 start to be a big project and I understand that is not very easy to manage. Let's wait for the new fixes.

Best regards!
Konsta replied on at Permalink Reply
Sure hope so!
andrew replied on at Permalink Reply
andrew
We will get out a release this week. If history is any indication it'll probably be Friday afternoon PST (even though we always shoot for earlier in the week...never seem to make it ;-) )
pedroserapio replied on at Permalink Reply
pedroserapio
Today it's Fridayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy!
goutnet replied on at Permalink Reply
shrug, shrug …

5.7.3.1 is available since … well … January 9th …
pedroserapio replied on at Permalink Reply
pedroserapio
I know goutnet, I was just trying to send a happy message because yesterday was Friday again, and that means maybe we have more good news. Did expressed well my message.
pedroserapio replied on at Permalink Reply
pedroserapio
Hello!

Any prevision for 5.7.3.2?

My Best Regards.
andrew replied on at Permalink Reply
andrew
Hopefully we're looking at something next week.
pedroserapio replied on at Permalink Reply
pedroserapio
Thank you Andrew, I hope that comes with good surprises.
Best regards.
pedroserapio replied on at Permalink Reply
pedroserapio
Hello everyone!

I saw that in Github now display No due date, this mean the Concrete5 project was abandoned? There will be no more releases in near future?

Best regards.
mesuva replied on at Permalink Reply
mesuva
Look at all the activity from the last week -https://github.com/concrete5/concrete5-5.7.0/pulse...

That certainly doesn't look like an abandoned project to me!

I think Andrew et al have just moved to defining major milestones, which will be released when they are ready to go, rather than picking a particular target release date.
See: https://github.com/concrete5/concrete5-5.7.0/milestones...

When the issues marked as 'Maintenance Release' have been addressed, I'm pretty sure we'll get a maintenance release.

(I obviously can't comment officially, but it makes sense to me)
pedroserapio replied on at Permalink Reply
pedroserapio
Thank Mesuva for the heads up.
Best Regards.
andrew replied on at Permalink Reply
andrew
Yes, that is the case. Features kept slipping and felt arbitrary anyway, so we removed the version numbers, as well as the dates, since they'll be done "when they're done."