As Islandora 8 (known during development as Islandora CLAW) swiftly approaches its first official release, the Islandora Foundation would like to clarify our plans for continued support for active versions of our platform.
- You are here :
Congratulations, adventurers! Our campaign has drawn to a close. Great battles were waged and won against a swarm of bugs. Intrepid documentors have bravely explored and mapped our realm updated our READMEs. Powerful magics were wielded to indelibly alter the landscape in the form of new features. It was a great adventure, and our party has emerged victorious from the deep dungeons of code review, with the Release of Islandora 7.x-1.12!
Hail, fellow Islandorians!
I find your lack of faith disturbing: Islandora 7.x-1.11 is out, and yes, those are the VMs you're looking for!
Ta da! (Sound)
Islandora 7.x-1.11 is here, not born from Midi-chlorians in some forgotten and dangerous (desert) planet, but from your own pursuit of intergalactic repository awesomeness through old fashioned work and effort, well done gold leaders!
We’ve rolled another lobster! Islandora 7.x-1.10 is hot off the presses (well, cooling a bit since yesterday), and is available
By checking out the 7.x-1.10 branches of all our Git repos*
or, as a Virtual Machine  (not to be used in production)
or, as individual downloads on the Release Notes and Downloads page .
* Except Tuque, which has release branch 1.10, and Islandora Drupal Filter, which if you’ve already installed you don’t need to update.
We are postponing the release by a week.
I’m afraid you’re going to have to until November the 7th before getting the 7.x-1.10 release.
Why? We’re not done yet! The testing/documenting sheet is still showing a lot of red.
Hot off the presses, a second release candidate to keep you cosy as the weather cools down. Or if you're in Atlantic Canada, hits record highs for no discernible reason. Climate change may have done in the dinosaurs, but lobsters won't go down without a fight (or at the very least, archiving and preservation protocols).