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Drupal 4.7.5 and 4.6.11 released

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Drupal 4.6.11 and Drupal 4.7.5 are available for download. These are maintenance releases that fix problems reported using the bug tracking system, as well as two security vulnerabilities.

Upgrading your existing Drupal sites is strongly recommended.

Download

Drupal 4.7.5 can be downloaded from http://ftp.osuosl.org/pub/drupal/files/projects/drupal-4.7.5.tar.gz.

Drupal 4.6.11 can be downloaded from http://ftp.osuosl.org/pub/drupal/files/projects/drupal-4.6.11.tar.gz.

There are no new features in these installments.

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re: Polls are back because Drupal updated

atang1 wrote:

Drupal updated both 4.7.5 and 4.6.11 versions?

Well, I"m not sure at what point that module began functioning properly again for me. It was 6 months and about 2 or 3 small upgrades between my checking.

atang1 wrote:

Since Polls were missing, Tuxmachines lost many visitors. More polls will add fun and popularity here at Tuxmachunes.

Well, I don't know about all that. Most folks don't even bother with polls. My polls don't get very many participants.

atang1 wrote:

You can tell from the recorded reads, that Tuxmachines is where Linux developers gather?

No, I can't tell. But I'm gonna have to guess, um.. nope.

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re: Don't worry, polls will improve?

Maybe Tuxmachines should run a Poll on whether there should be more polls? Wink

re: Don't worry, polls will improve?

vonskippy wrote:

Maybe Tuxmachines should run a Poll on whether there should be more polls? Wink

I did similar once upon a time: I Think Polls:
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