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Posted 27 May 2009 - 09:05 AM

We are pleased to announce the first release candidates of IP.Blog, IP.Gallery, and IP.Downloads for IP.Board 3.0.0 are now available.

What is a Release Candidate?

A release candidate is a version of the software between the beta phase and a final release. With the release candidate of these applications, you can safely assume that we consider the software stable enough to use on your live community. There will be bugs and issues but it is our belief that any issues that come up should not impact your overall ability to manage your community. Keep this in mind as you make your decision to upgrade and only upgrade if you are comfortable working around any possible issues that are present. We will of course fix any issues that come up in the final release.

Technical Support and Service

These release candidates can be considered safe to use on a live site but it is not quite the final version of the software just yet. We want to give those comfortable upgrading to an RC release the chance to do so and report issues before we encourage everyone to upgrade. Technical support and service is not offered during the RC stage but of course will be available when the final version is announced.


To download, log in to your client area. You will see the RC download information by clicking into your downloads. As stated above, technical support is not available so please only download if you are comfortable testing software.

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