It’s been only 2 weeks since we released Typo 6.1.3 and Typo 6.1.4 is already here. 2 weeks ago, we were sure that Typo was stable enough to ensure a long term release while we would work on our new major release.
3 things prevented us to do so.
First, a new Rails version was released with another important security fix. Typo 6.1.4 comes with that fix so you should definitely upgrade.
Second, we had the opportunity to fix some bugs, and that was another very good reason to release.
Three, we have done a huge documentation effort lately, and we thought it would be a good idea to have it released as well. The doc is now used to automatically deploy our Web Site on typosphere.org. Oh, and we’ve also changed our Twitter account, you can now follow us on @gettypo.
Once again, we’d like to thank our contributors Marcel M. Cary, Nicolas Blanco and randomecho for their… contribution to Typo.
Moved #defaulttextfilter so Trackback can use it (Marcel M. Cary).
Fixed typo news and latest posts date format with distanceoftimeinwords (Marcel M. Cary)
Fixed Heroku deployment Gemfile (Nicolas Blanco)
Fixes a bug where already published articles publication date would be changed by autosave (issue 141).
Fixed secret token generation on existing blog (issue 142).
Fixed an issue where textfilter showed always as ‘none’, even if set before to markdown (issue 69).
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