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How about updating new in the WHM?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Frenck, Oct 21, 2003.

  1. Frenck

    Frenck Active Member

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    I just noticed that the last update of the new in de WHM is about version 7.4.0 build 37

    Currently we are @ version 8.5.3-STABLE_3 (and even furter on edge)

    How about updating the news page once a while?
     
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    Radio_Head Well-Known Member

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    As it seems darkorb stopped to update it . I suggest you to read the changelog available on layout 1 .
     
  3. Frenck

    Frenck Active Member

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    I know about the changelog, but it looks really weird!

    I'm just sending a signal like:

    "HEY DO SOMTHING ABOUT IT!"

    clear it or put in a picture of an nice lady or whatever, right now, it's stupid.
     
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    In this case you are sending a good signal , I agree too that was good to have news updated on whm ;) :D
     
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    Grin, was begginging to think I had something wrong. Still had those old news items but the version numbers were going up.

    Any chance we will see a little better product updates in this section again in the future? It was a great way to know what was going on and to anticipate any problems.

    DC
     
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