Correct. Since you can only upgrade or install the latest builds of cPanel, once STABLE goes to 11 (the last build still not on 11) there will be no way to downgrade to version 10."July 23rd, 2007 STABLE (phase 1)"
Am I correct in thinking that (providing there are no other delays) once we hit a stable release for 11 there will no longer be any way to go backwards to a cpanel 10 nor will there be any way to update a cpanel 10 system without also updating it to cpanel 11 ?
I just want to be sure I understand that this date means there will no longer be a cpanel 10.
Q3 is not a good solution for this. For example cPanel gave a date like this for windows version last year. But the result is: after a year there is still no windows versionOh joy, another 2 week delay.
cPanel, a suggestion, stop displaying a date. Why? It's giving people's hopes up, mine especially. Just say something like Q3 2007 instead. Would be so much easier...
After we get cPanel 11 completely rolled out, we are reverting to our old practice of not issuing release dates.Q3 is not a good solution for this. For example cPanel gave a date like this for windows version last year. But the result is: after a year there is still no windows version
The best thing for cPanel is not to give any date.
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