Dave Cridland

Openfire 3.10.0 Beta

Blog Post created by Dave Cridland Champion on Jan 21, 2015

Hey everyone,

 

Since I took on the role of Openfire project lead, the Openfire developers have been working amazingly hard across almost every part of the server's code, with a view to making a new release we can all be really proud of.

 

After a huge amount of work, the Openfire team is really excited to announce we've reached a beta state with the 3.10.0 release, available from http://www.igniterealtime.org/downloads/beta.jsp

 

This release aims to improve security and stability over the current 3.9.3 stable release, provides a set of important new protocol extensions, and modernizes the XMPP core protocol support - in short, this is going to be the release we wanted to make.

 

While this is a beta release, we're not recommending it for critical production use; however this is running on igniterealtime.org itself and developer sites, and we'd appreciate people trying it out in non-critical production cases.

 

We're hoping it'll reach full release rapidly, and we'll be welcoming experiences of anyone deploying so we can add that last polish. Having dealt with the last remaining blocking bug, we're expecting this to move to a final stable release within a week or two.

 

Dave.

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