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December was a trying month, plagued with hardware and software problems. A hardware problem resulted in JavaRanch being off line at the worst possible time of the year. After Ejip.Net worked furiously to restore JavaRanch, vital software files became corrupted. This lead to another frantic push with the good people of InfoPop to repair and upgrade the Saloon software.
However, every dark cloud has its Silver lining:
The new server Ejip.Net has placed JavaRanch on is larger, quicker and the operating system has been upgraded to the latest available. The Tomcat server has also been upgraded to 3.3 with all the performance enhancements that brings.
The Saloon software had a major jump from version 4.x to 6.1 which has a lot of new features available. Note: We are currently reviewing and discussing the features available, we will bring each on that we feel will best benefit you our users. Watch for the face of the Saloon to take some subtle and not so subtle changes as we do this.
What's the future hold in store?
The bunkhouse is to be shifted to one with a searchable JDBC back end. While we are still in the requirements gathering mode, new features will include:
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