Today we are proud to release the 3rd 1.1.0 release candidate for BIMserver.org. Some new bugs, found by the community, are fixed. This release also has the ‘clash detection’ feature working again (although it will be obsolete after 1.1.0 final). This version has a major update for the ObjectIDM configurations and is tested intensely in a multiuser environment. Please read the full 1.1.0 release notes in our previous blogpost.
Many of you have tested the Release Candidates for the 1.1 version of BIMserver. Some of you (3 to be exact) found a bug. All three bug finders (so far) recieved the official BIMserver Coffee mug. We are very thankfull that you are testing BIMserver with so much passion. For all others testers: keep testing! There are still a lot of Coffee mugs in stock. Although we hope there are as little as possible bugs to be found, we are happy to send these ‘thank you’-gifts to bug finders.
When you think you have found a bug, please post it on http://support.BIMserver.org/
For people who get scared from this blog post: don’t worry. All bugs that were found are fixed.
After the first release candidate from last week, we’ve got some feedback from you. Thank you very much for that! Thanks to your testing efforts we can now release a second candidate for the 1.1.0 version.
Some bugs were fixed, and the Collada/KML export has improved. There are still issues with the clashdetection but we are working to fix those as soon as possible. Please read the full 1.1.0 release notes in our previous blogpost.