Changes between Version 4 and Version 5 of faq/drupal/support-timeline


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Apr 6, 2008, 6:35:26 PM (13 years ago)
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Jamie McClelland
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    1818== Drupal 5 ==
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    20 The Drupal 5.7 version is the version we are installing automatically and supporting. This version is still active within the Drupal community and is still heavily supported by Drupal developers so we're confident in continuing this policy for now.
     20The Drupal 5 is the version we are installing automatically and supporting (version 5.7 at the moment of this writing - we will continue supporting the most recent update to version 5). This version is still active within the Drupal community and is still heavily supported by Drupal developers.
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    2222The change to Drupal 6, the newest version, is highly anticipated by MF/PL and we're monitoring the progress of this now released version. For information on that see below.
     
    3030These Third Party modules' developers are working now to get their releases ready for Drupal 6 and we expect production versions sometime in May or June of 2008. We will then wait for community testing and monitor bug and other issues as they are reported and resolved and when we think these modules are stable enough for use on our members' sites, we will switch over to installing 6 by default and supporting it.
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    32 This does *not* mean that you can't install 6 in your own directories and, in fact, we may decide to offer Drupal 6 installation as an option before Summer of 2008. But, for now, when you request a Drupal site in our shared system, Drupal 5 will be what you get.
     32This does ''not'' mean that you can't install 6 in your own directories and, in fact, we may decide to offer Drupal 6 installation as an option before Summer of 2008. But, for now, when you request a Drupal site in our shared system, Drupal 5 will be what you get.
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    3434We are closely monitoring these developments and will keep members up to date.