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I would like to thank everyone for giving us extremely helpful feedback on my last post. It was exactly the kind of information we were looking for. It really isn’t that hard to develop a world class software like Sitefinity when we have such a great community to point us in right direction.
So, here is the deal.
We will provide two builds for Sitefinity 3.6 – one will be built against .NET 2.0 and another one against .NET 3.5. It is important to note that this is the last version of Sitefinity that will be built against .NET 2.0, so starting with Sitefinity 4.0 we will not provide .NET 2.0 builds anymore. We hope that this will give everyone enough time to talk some sense in their hosting providers and that by the time Sitefinity 4.0 is out this will not be a problem anymore.
Here is the brief overview of the things we are planning to ship with Sitefinity 3.6. In case you wish to know more, leave a comment and I’ll elaborate in some of the future posts.
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I hope that we will make you all happy with our decisions. Once again, I’d like to thank everyone on really great and helpful feedback.
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