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PKP Development Team,
We are currently using OJS.2.2.2 and would like to decide upgrade to 2.2.3 is essential or not. After going through wiki of OJS, the road map (http://lib-pkp.lib.sfu.ca/wiki/index.php/OJS_Roadmap
) lists OJS.2.3. will be released by the end of June 2009;
Is there a forecasted release date available for the release of OJS.2.3.?
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OJS 2.3 has slipped a bit -- we're aiming for a release around the end of August. I'll likely update that roadmap in the next little bit to reflect this. However, the 2.2.2->2.2.3 upgrade should be fairly trivial, as it's largely a maintenance release.
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When will the stable version of 2.3 hit the road? Any plans yet?
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OJS 2.3 is considered stable, but because of the amount of new code, it'll require a little bit more stewardship than OJS 2.2.3. We'll be releasing OJS 2.3.1 very shortly, and it will include a few fixes for issues that we found in 2.3.0. I'd suggest waiting for that release.
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