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Considering Openfire 4.2.0 Release on 4 Dec 2017


#1

During the weekly ignite video chat, we discussed releasing Openfire 4.2.0 on Monday, 4 December 2017. Anybody have concerns regarding this? btw, here’s a summary of the number of downloads of the beta artifacts

Openfire Download Stats for Release: 4.2.0beta
      openfire-4.2.0-0.2.beta.i686.rpm     11
    openfire-4.2.0-0.2.beta.noarch.rpm     11
    openfire-4.2.0-0.2.beta.x86_64.rpm     49
           openfire_4.2.0.beta_all.deb    179
               openfire_4_2_0_beta.dmg      3
               openfire_4_2_0_beta.exe    373
            openfire_4_2_0_beta.tar.gz     30
               openfire_4_2_0_beta.zip     19
    openfire_4_2_0_beta_bundledJRE.exe     12
openfire_4_2_0_beta_bundledJRE_x64.exe     25
           openfire_4_2_0_beta_x64.exe    393
        openfire_src_4_2_0_beta.tar.gz      3
           openfire_src_4_2_0_beta.zip      6
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                                         1114

#2

#3

It runs ok on my test box. Have no concerns, although i run a minimalist setup. No LDAP, or archiving or ofmeet.


#4

Although with similar constraints to wroot, it seems to be working well for me,too.

Greg


#5

Horse is out of the barn now (4.2.0 is released :slight_smile: )


#6

#7

Shouldn’t there be a separate blog post?