So, how do you feel about .NET 3.5?

So, how do you feel about .NET 3.5?

November 30, 2008 0 Comments

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We are working on Sitefinity 4.0 at the moment, but have decided that some of the refactoring we’ve done would be very useful to you, so we will probably release Sitefinity 3.6 with those improvements and not wait all the way to 4.0.  We don’t have exact date yet, but 3.6 should be out soon.

Now, what we are contemplating at the moment is whether to release Sitefinity 3.6 built against .NET 2.0 or .NET 3.5. Obviously, we would prefer .NET 3.5, but we wanted to consult you and hear your opinion before we make the decision.

So, leave a comment if you are for or against moving to .NET 3.5 and let us know why so (optional). Thanks.
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