Commit 1cc96cd3 authored by mmn's avatar mmn

1.2.x branch started (utf8mb4 support is reason enough)

parent 4e265274
# GNU social 1.1.3 (beta3) # GNU social 1.2.x
February 2015 2015
(c) Free Software Foundation, Inc (c) Free Software Foundation, Inc
(c) StatusNet, Inc (c) StatusNet, Inc
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## New this version ## New this version
This is a security fix and bug fix release since 1.1.3-beta2. This is the development branch for the 1.2.x version of GNU social.
All 1.1.x sites should upgrade to this version. All daring 1.1.x admins should upgrade to this version.
So far it includes the following changes: So far it includes the following changes:
- Backing up a user's account is more and more complete.
- Emojis 😸 (utf8mb4 support)
The last release, 1.1.3, gave us these improvements:
- XSS security fix (thanks Simon Waters, <https://www.surevine.com/>) - XSS security fix (thanks Simon Waters, <https://www.surevine.com/>)
- Many improvements to ease adoption of the Qvitter front-end <https://github.com/hannesmannerheim/qvitter> - Many improvements to ease adoption of the Qvitter front-end <https://github.com/hannesmannerheim/qvitter>
- Protocol adaptions for improved performance and stability - Protocol adaptions for improved performance and stability
- Backing up a user's account now appears to work as it should
- Emojis 😸
Upgrades from _StatusNet_ 1.1.1 will also experience these improvements: Upgrades from _StatusNet_ 1.1.1 will also experience these improvements:
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recommended to use git as a means to stay up to date recommended to use git as a means to stay up to date
with the source code. You can choose between these with the source code. You can choose between these
branches: branches:
- 1.1.x "stable", few updates, well tested code - 1.2.x "stable", few updates, well tested code
- master "testing", more updates, usually working well - master "testing", more updates, usually working well
- nightly "unstable", most updates, not always working - nightly "unstable", most updates, not always working
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