Release Notes: A major bug that prevented personal folders from being created on demand was fixed.
Release Notes: This is the first release that is available for general testing as a tar archive. Highlights of this release are the improved setup with automatic table updates and the new support for translations and locales. The first translation added is German, while the locales are mostly complete. The ACL supports roles and allows you to assign selected rights to user or groups.
Release Notes: The biggest change of this milestone is the improved addressbook dialog. The CRM module keeps you updated of new and modified leads by email now. Administrators can enable self registration for new users, call setup.php to get all needed tables installed, and are able to manage accounts and groups now. The backed improved too. All tables are now prefixed, which means that you can install multiple instances of Tine 2.0 in one database. LDAP authentication and reading accounts and groups from LDAP is working now, and most of the code is now covered by unit tests.
Release Notes: From the user's point of view, this milestone brings a simple task manager and a CRM module. Many changes that aren't visible to users were made.
Release Notes: The current state is interesting for developers only, as the setup process is still very complicated, and no user management is available.