October 26, 2014

Bugify version 1.6.1136 – Maintenance 8

This is the eighth maintenance release of v1.6

  • Fixing issue preventing installation.
  • Updating setup to use config paths instead of hardcoded.
  • Adding support for notifying when maintenance period is about to expire.

 

Remember – if you’re working on language files, or have any custom code – make sure to take a backup before updating! Backing up before updating is always a good idea.

October 24, 2014

Maintenance periods and software updates

In late July 2013 we introduced maintenance periods for Bugify1)For those who purchased before July 2013 you may have noticed that the “Maintenance Expires” date in Settings – Licensing says N/A – this means maintenance periods do not apply to you and you will continue to receive updates. and we haven’t enforced these expiry dates until now.

This is a message just letting you know we will begin to notify customers when their maintenance and support expiry dates are coming up (this will be in the form of a notification within Bugify). We will also begin to enforce the requirement of having a current maintenance agreement in place in order to upgrade Bugify.2)Maintenance periods allow incremental updates like v1.1 to v1.2 but does not cover major upgrades like v1.2 to v2.0

If your maintenance period has already expired, we will continue to allow you to update Bugify for a few extra weeks.

Maintenance renewals are priced at USD $42 (they are actually calculated at 60% of your original purchase price within a min/max range and a default of $42 – so expect to pay $42).

We are very grateful for all purchases of Bugify and try to keep the cost as low as possible. Renewing your maintenance period helps to ensure the ongoing development of Bugify and frequent updates.

Notes   [ + ]

1. For those who purchased before July 2013 you may have noticed that the “Maintenance Expires” date in Settings – Licensing says N/A – this means maintenance periods do not apply to you and you will continue to receive updates.
2. Maintenance periods allow incremental updates like v1.1 to v1.2 but does not cover major upgrades like v1.2 to v2.0