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phpBB goes 3.0.9

Postby Juanm » Monday July 11th, 2011 08h34:04

Naderman @phpBB.com wrote:We are pleased to announce the release of phpBB "Bertie's off to the beach" 3.0.9. This version is a maintenance release fixing a number of bugs as well as adding some minor new features. It contains two new caching backends: WinCache for Windows servers and a Redis backend. The number of login attempts without having to solve an anti-spambot task can now be limited by IP. Username and password fields are no longer incorrectly autocompleted in the ACP.

We urge you to update your installation as soon as possible. Our support team will only support phpBB 3.0.9, updates to phpBB 3.0.9 and conversions to phpBB 3.0.9. Submissions to our trackers for older versions will not be accepted, please make sure you update before you submit a bug report.

If you use a language pack other than the default "English [GB]", you should check our downloads section, an update may already be available.

We would also like to say a special thank you to everyone outside the development team who has contributed a patch to this release:
Erik Frèrejean, Callum Macrae, Eric, RMcGirr83, Yuriy Rusko, Adam Reyher, Kevin Locke, Patrick Webster, Raimon, Josh Woody, Marek A. Ruszczynski, Richard Foote, Sam Thompson, Schnorrer42, Bart van Bragt, ChrisTX, Ingo Migliarina, Marc Alexander, Niklas Schmidtmer and Philippe Chevrier. You can find a full list of contributors on our redesigned Area51 development section: http://area51.phpbb.com/contributors.

For a complete list of changes with attributed ticket numbers, please consult our comprehensive changelog.
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