After testing beta 1 many issues have been fixed and improvements were made. Today we put the second beta of Nextcloud 17 online!
For this beta we aim to continue testing stability and have apps in the appstore compatible with Nextcloud 17. We want to make sure that upgrades and day to day usage are smooth and as bug-free as possible. Any other feedback, of course, is welcome!
We are preparing a release announcement and you will be able to read what’s new on the release date – PROMISE! But if you want to know now, install the beta 2 and find out sooner 😉
If you are really curious for a detailed overview, there is a full list of what’s been changed in github – you will have to check all the apps we ship (like Activity) to have the complete picture. Sadly, the Github API doesn’t allow us to extract all of that in a simple list like we do for bugfix releases.
At Nextcloud, we are dedicated to sharing our mission, values and products with you. That’s why this year, we’re headed to the biggest IT, digital technology and open source events all over Europe! If you have the opportunity to attend an event, you’ll: We hope to see you this month at the following events! ESUP […]
Nextcloud Enterprise Day is soon here and we have an amazing lineup of speakers providing insightful talks! One of those speakers is George Imrie from Nextcloud customer T-Systems – Deutsche Telekom’s business-customer IT affiliate. T-Systems is a digital transformation specialist, with operations in 20 countries worldwide.In preparation for their talk at the Nextcloud Enteprise Day […]
Last week, Nextcoud CEO Frank Karlitschek appeared on one of Germany’s biggest public service TV broadcaster’s: ZDF. Watch the news item by ZDF here. Interviewed in Nextcloud’s Berlin office, Frank explains the challenge the company faces up against big tech giants like Google and Microsoft. “That’s all very difficult for us, due to the fact […]