Discuss phpBB 3.0.7-PL1 released

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Re: Discuss phpBB 3.0.7-PL1 released

Post by Phil »

We generally do not forecast dates for future releases. That being said, phpBB 3.0.8 has yet to enter the release candidate phase, so it is safe to say that it will be several weeks (at least) until it is released.

You'll probably find it easier to update to 3.0.7-PL1 now and update to 3.0.8 when it is released--generally speaking, upgrades become more difficult as the version gap increases; it's in your best interest to upgrade as quickly as possible.
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Re: Discuss phpBB 3.0.7-PL1 released

Post by ric323 »

ozstamps wrote:Hi - I own a small size hobby board with about a million posts.

And am totally non tech minded and no-one else there is, so we do not know how to do these things. And am not game to hit the "update" button! :mrgreen:

Most here are serious techies it seems, so apologies for the non tech question!

We have 3.04 now and I was going to wait for 3.0.8 to update us -- sorry if I missed the info with expected date of 3.0.8 being available .. does anyone know please, that might be able to advise?

Thanks in advance

As a matter of interest, what is the address of your board?
If you have not installed any MODs, and are using one of the two default styles shipped with phpB, then updating is extremely easy, even for non-techies. We can show you how :)
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