16 Jun 2011

With the beta release of Symphony 2.2.2, we're beginning a migration of issues away from this site and onto Github. This is both to take advantage of Github's fantastic new issue tracker, and to pave the way for the coming iteration of the Symphony site, which will be greatly simplified and streamlined.

What you need to know

As of today, Symphony issues can no longer be created or updated here on the site. You can create new issues on Github.

Website issues, and issues for member-contributed downloads, will remain active until the end of the month. On 1 July, all the issue trackers on this site will be shut down.

What you need to do if you're a developer

  • Activate the Github issue trackers for your extensions and ensembles
  • optional Update your downloads here on the site to disable their issue trackers (you'll find a handy checkbox on the update form)


Hooray! This will make Symphony development more transparent to everyone :)

Totally agree with you on this Brendo.It's best. vitamin D

This is a good update. Berto is right. Symphony development more transparent to everyone. Nice update.

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