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= Supported Schedule =
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As of Mahara 1.5 and the adoption of the [[6MonthlyCycle|6 month release cycle]], Mahara is supported for the duration of 3 release cycles.
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= Definition of support =
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Being supported means:
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* The release team is committed to making available updates to the Mahara that are security related.
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* Occasionally some other serious bugfixes will be included, but these are not guaranteed.
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As of Mahara 1.5 and the adoption of the [[6MonthlyCycle|6 month release cycle]], Mahara is supported for the duration of 3 release cycles.
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= Current and upcoming releases =  
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== Current and Upcoming releases ==
  
 
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= Extended support =
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We upload packaged versions of Mahara to Debian and Ubuntu, which can be installed via the repositories.
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This means that we provide security fixes for these packages beyond the "End of Support" dates until the version of Ubuntu or Debian's support ceases.

Revision as of 18:08, 3 July 2012

As of Mahara 1.5 and the adoption of the 6 month release cycle, Mahara is supported for the duration of 3 release cycles.

Definition of support

Being supported means:

  • The release team is committed to making available updates to the Mahara that are security related.
  • Occasionally some other serious bugfixes will be included, but these are not guaranteed.


Release Schedule

Current and Upcoming releases

Older releases

For Mahara 1.4 and earlier, support has been provided for 2 release cycles.


Extended support

We upload packaged versions of Mahara to Debian and Ubuntu, which can be installed via the repositories.

This means that we provide security fixes for these packages beyond the "End of Support" dates until the version of Ubuntu or Debian's support ceases.