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TOPIC: LimeSurvey 1.91- when stable?

LimeSurvey 1.91- when stable? 5 years 10 months ago #56520

  • delez01
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Hi,

does anyone know when can we expect stable version of 1.91. I would like to run my survey ASAP and would be happy to use new features as well.

thanks.
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LimeSurvey 1.91- when stable? 5 years 10 months ago #56524

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If you need to run your survey ASAP, I would go for LS 1.90.

From what I have heard, there are still a few issues to be solved and I guess there will be another release candidate before the stable version. However, I have no insights in the development, so this is just my personal estimate from what I have heard and seen here in the forum.
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LimeSurvey 1.91- when stable? 5 years 10 months ago #56542

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There are still some issues with the 1.91 branch and I think it will take some time to iron them all out. It is difficult to say when it will be stable as the project depends on volunteers to improve the code so available development time varies a lot from week to week based on real life events.

If you want to be safe, I would say you start with 1.90 and upgrade when possible. Normally the upgrade is a very safe process but ofcourse the normal precautions should be taken: backup your files and database first.

To help speed up development, you can always download the latest Release Candidate and report errors you encounter. Normally every Tuesday the team will decide if there will be a new release or not. So Wednesday would be a good moment to check for a new Release Candidate.
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