As you might already know we’ve hit feature freeze and we made beta 1 available last week. After testing it many issues were fixed and improvements were made.
Today we put the beta 2 for Nextcloud 19 online!
For this beta we aim to continue testing stability and have apps in the appstore compatible with Nextcloud 19. 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!
Note that translations are very welcome too! We have millions of users and they don’t all read English! Let’s make sure 19 is ready for as big a number of users as possible!
We appreciate your feedback too- it is a great way to contribute and we’d love to hear your thoughts on the new features. Get Beta 2, check yourself what’s new and let us know what you think! As a beta, of course, the main aim of beta 2 is not to reveal the new features of Nextcloud 19, it’s a call for help to continue making Nextcloud awesome!
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Minor Nextcloud updates are released, as well as an update to the desktop client.
As always, minor releases include stability and security improvements that are designed to be a safe and quick upgrade.