[greenstone-users] Greenstone2.83 Released

From John Rose
DateWed Nov 25 21:30:55 2009
Subject [greenstone-users] Greenstone2.83 Released
In-Reply-To (20091125032728-7F07F3F0DE4-mail-alumni-caltech-edu)
Thanks, Oran.

It would be nice for users to know whether
version 2.83 is considered an "unstable" release
(as has been in the past the case for odd
numbered versions), or whether the distinction
between stable and unstable releases has now been dropped?

Also, if the user already has an Apache web
server installed and configured for Greenstone,
hopefully the 2.83 installation will use it
rather than installing another program or
changing the installed program (which of course
may be configured for much more than just
Greenstone)? [As a corollary, this would mean
that users will still be able to use either the
local server and the web server without changing
file names as in release notes - for example I
find it convenient to do most work with the local
server through the Windows Start menu, but can
still access Greenstone through Apache by using
the appropriate url in my browser or GLI client.]

Thanks and best regards, John

>From: Oran of the Greenstone Team <greenstone_team@cs.waikato.ac.nz>
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>Date: Wed, 25 Nov 2009 16:26:46 +1300
>Reply-To: greenstone_team@cs.waikato.ac.nz
>Subject: [greenstone-users] Greenstone2.83 Released
>Hi everyone,
>We are pleased to announce that the Windows, GNU/Linux, Mac OS/X and
>Source distributions of Greenstone v2.83
>are now available for download from our sourceforge page:
>http://sourceforge.net/projects/greenstone or from
>Release notes available at:
>As always, please report any problems or bugs to the mailing list.
>Oran, on behalf of the Greenstone team.

John B. Rose
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