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Progress with DotNetNuke 4.7.0

Well it's a big times ahead for the DNN project, DotNetNuke 4.7.0 has just been released, and some major announcements have already been made at OpenForce in Las Vegas (news travels fast to a rainly London flat).

With all this going on it might be easy to think that the core team has had no time to improve the DNN platform. Well this is not true, if you in any doubt I have two words for you: Change Log.

Below I present some stats to help increase your information overload for today :):

Number of outstanding issues in DNN Core Framework 4.7.0 (at launch)

 
Show Stopper

Major

Minor

Trivial

Total
Bugs
 
0
42
82
28
152
Tasks
 
0
26
81
87
194
Enhancements
 
0
61
194
138
393
New Features
 
0
25
62
38
125
Total
0
154
419
291
864

 Total number of require more info issues that were not counted in these stats is 2.

Increase/decrease of outstanding issues between 4.6.0 and 4.7.0 (at 4.7.0 launch)

 
Show Stopper

Major

Minor

Trivial

Total
Bugs
 
-1
-31
-22
-6
-60
Tasks
 
0
+18
+47
+61
+126
Enhancements
 
-1
-39
-67
-61
-168
New Features
 
0
+4
+7
+11
+22
Total
-2
-48
-35
+5
-80

Important points to note here:

1) There were a number of issues logged during the timeframe of the 4.6.0 and 4.7.0 releases. So these stats are never static. Withdrawn issues (e,g. because they are duplicate, or cannot be reproduced) are not counted in above stats.

2) Since 4.6.0, every issue has been re-reviewed and adjustments have been made. For this reason the number of tasks and new features went up significantly whilst the number of enhancements went down. Consequently I think we have far more accurate figures here, but note these are never entirely accurate (see point 3). 

3) Issues are always re-reviewed on a constant basis. In many instances we only know the true nature of the issue after a fix has been identified.

4) The total number of require more info issues has gone down by 22 (which means that a lot of these issues are now counted in the stats).

5) To find out exactly what the issues outstanding are, please look at my last blog entry here on how to identify them.

6) For the real picture on what has been fixed in 4.6.1, 4.6.2 and 4.7.0, please consult the change log for further information.

Hope this helps!
Congratulations to the team for all their hard work and a great release. I only wish I was there at OpenForce. Next year maybe!

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