Nextcloud 19 is near to release and the second release candidate for this version is here!
A lot of issues have been fixed after feature freeze and next week we will make available another release candidate. Nextcloud 19 is now a step closer!
Help us test Nextcloud 19 - RC2 is here
With the release candidate, we’re at a point where there are some open issues we want to address for final, but we can’t find any new issues anymore. So we need help!
Our internal testing has revealed problems, that now are resolved and we can’t find serious problems anymore. But Nextcloud is used in many more ways than we realistically can test: on all kinds of devices, using a crazy variety of web servers, PHP versions, databases and so on. Testing is not that simple!
Every piece in the stack below Nextcloud, from Linux kernels to PHP, webserver, caching server, database and so on – they all can create problems that we have to work around. But then we have to know about those problems and that is where you all come in. Your help testing Nextcloud in YOUR environment the way you use it is valuable to us! Only then can we be sure it will work for you when we release the final Nextcloud 19!
So who is up for some testing and issue reporting?