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Openfire 4.1.0 Beta


#1

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On the 13th of December, 2015, we released Openfire 4.0.0 Beta.

Now, a year later, we have a new Beta to try. This one has numerous major security fixes and enhancements, and a huge long Openfire Changelog to read through.

**Platform
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sha1sum
Filename
Mac
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openfire_4_1_0_beta.dmg
Windows
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openfire_4_1_0_beta.exe
Binary (tar.gz)
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openfire_4_1_0_beta.tar.gz
Binary (zip)
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openfire_4_1_0_beta.zip
Source (tar.gz)
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openfire_src_4_1_0_beta.tar.gz
Source (zip)
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openfire_src_4_1_0_beta.zip
RPM Installer (32-bit JRE)
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openfire-4.1.0-0.2.beta.i686.rpm
RPM Installer (64-bit JRE)
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openfire-4.1.0-0.2.beta.x86-64.rpm
RPM Installer (No JRE)
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openfire-4.1.0-0.2.beta.noarch.rpm
DEB Installer
9cce98aadd53cb3995b355fd54543459ab80e056
openfire_4.1.0.beta_all.deb

Please do try this, but not in production of course. Unless you’re a mad and crazy bunch, like we are. You can download it from here:

Ignite Realtime: Beta Downloads

As a reminder, Openfire’s source code and development can be found on Github and an active developer discussion occurs within our open_chat@conference.igniterealtime.org groupchat. Please consider helping out with Openfire’s development! We can use help in about all areas of development, but especially:

  • experienced packaging developers to improve the install/upgrade experience on various platforms
  • developers interested in transitioning Openfire to Maven
  • testing of Bamboo generated builds

Thank you for your interest in Openfire!


#2

Great timing I just wonder why are there so many unresolved tickets in the changelog (some seem to even be untouched).


#3

Oh darn, I gave dwd bad guidance on how to produce the changelog, will fix it manually on the website

(manually fixed and am looking into Jira templates to prevent this in the future)


#4

Great Job

Thanks and merry Christmas and a Happy new Year