In case you have lived under a rock the newest osTicket v1.10 should be out soon. While the developers don't give exact dates it's been three (3) months since RC2 was released, and there have been a lot (180 as of this article) commits since it's release. Here is a quick summary of all the new features and the versions that they were introduced in as well as some links to the release notes for each.
There is a new version of the 1.9 series, specifically the stable 126.96.36.199 You can get this version via github or at http://osticket.com/download. It features some improvements/bug fixes. Here is a list of the changes:
- Add option to disable email address verification
- Fix crash upgrading from osTicket v1.6
There is a new version of the 1.9 series, specifically the stable 1.9.8 You can get this version via github or at http://osticket.com/download. It features some improvements/bug fixes, and an important security update. Here is a list of the changes:
There is a new version of the 1.9 series being released soon! This maintenance release specifically stable version 1.9.6 can be grabbed via github or preferably at http://osticket.com/download once it's released. It features some enhancements, improvements/bug fixes, and and a few Performance and Security fixes. Here is a list of the changes:
Back in mid 2012 I wrote a review of a mobile cell phone app called MyFirnessPal (which also has a webpage) myfitnesspal.com. A few months after that I followed up the post with an update about it. Here we are in 2015 and I figured that I should do my due diligence of updating you about it again.
You may have noticed that the site is serving a lot faster recently. On Jan 23rd 2015 I migrated the site from my old server to my new server. The old server was an old HP Proliant ML350 with two (2) Intel (R) XEON(TM) 3.4Ghz processors with 2 cores each (2mb cache), 2 GB of DDR2 400mhz ram. The new machine is a virtual which has five (5) Intel(R) Xeon(R) 2.67Ghz processor cores (20mb cache) and 8 GB of DDR3 1333mhz.