Release Notes: A text/html MIME type has been added for file uploads has been fixed. A known issue in the item dispatch popup has been fixed.
Release Notes: TODO items can now be delegated and subscribed to arbitrarily. Many bugs relating to concurrent work and ownership have been fixed. File uploads now support a number of additional MIME types, and can be attached to appointments and customers as well.
Release Notes: Two bugs related to intervals and timestamps have been fixed. Customerless appointments and file attachements for todo items have been added.
Release Notes: A major bug involving reporting of total labor for action items has been fixed. There is a new Web reporting system for labor reporting, though new reports cannot yet be added. New report views for labor have also been added. Action Item labor is now (correctly) of interval type.
Release Notes: This release fixes a major bug in 0.3.1 involving appointments not displaying. A new OLAP schema has been added with various labor reporting views. It is now possible to set up To Do/Action Items without an associated customer.
Release Notes: This release fixes a number of bugs in the US State arrays. It also adds new features such as an integrated technical support system which will, in the future, be expanded for other internal communications as well. New APIs are also added, and many other bugs fixed.
Release Notes: Support was added for internal tasks using queued action items. Middleware support was added for shared tasks and delegation. MySQL is no longer supported.
Release Notes: Compared to RC1, this release fixes the select_box() API, which improperly checked for default values. Compared to the 0.2.x series, this has a whole new user administration layer, a database level API (for PostgreSQL), and experimental support for shared hosting environments (PostgreSQL only). Note that future versions are scheduled to drop MySQL support for the time being.
Release Notes: This is the first release candidate of 0.3.0. Appointment and TODO areas now accept times in 24 hour format. Compared to 0.2.x, the user management tools have been overhauled, as has the security infrastructure. Experimental support is in place for shared hosting environments (PostgreSQL only).
Release Notes: This release fixes a large number of bugs in the shared hosting support layer. Untested routines have been added for migrating the database from a shared environment.