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RSGallery2 1.14.0 released
Written by Ronald Smit   
Wednesday, 14 November 2020

Today we released RSGallery2 1.14.0. This is a big step towards reaching beta stage. It contains a lot of improvements over the previous versions and also compatibility with Joomla 1.5 RC3 has drastically improved. We consider this release as the jumping board towards stability.

The plan is to do some serious bugfixing this release and if necessary release 1.14.1, containing bugfixes. From there, we will fork to a seperate J1.0.x and a J1.5 version. This enables us to get the component completely ready for Joomla 1.5, without using the Legacy plugin needed. We will inform you about the future of the J1.0.x version in a later stage.

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Anyway, we hope you enjoy this release, as said it contains a lot of improvements and is pretty stable. Also most of the plugins and modules have been upgraded to work with this version.

So jump over to our download page and grab a copy. As always, we will be in the Forums to take your questions and help you out anyway we can.

Have fun,

The Development Team 

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 06 August 2020 )
RSGallery2 documentation wiki launched
Written by Daniel Tulp   
Monday, 12 November 2020

Today, the RSGallery2 documentation wiki was launched. This will the point where all the documentation about RSGallery2 will be stored. You can access it through the menu or by going here.

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Note that the wiki is still under development. We have launched it already so you can join in the development of it. There is more information on the start page of the wiki about how you can contribute.

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 06 August 2020 )
Open Source Does Matter ...
Written by Jonah Braun   
Friday, 15 June 2020

The Joomla! core team recently publicaly stated that Joomla! 1.0 and 1.5 are released under the pure GPL.  They also confirmed that as derivitive works, extensions must also be released under the GPL.

The RSGallery2 Team applauds the Joomla! core team for taking this stance.  As stated in our FAQ, we love open source software and believe open source benefits everyone involved; developers, companies, clients and end users.  We see this move as leading to an increase in higher quality extensions.

Long Live Open Source! 

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