Nextcloud 10 is out with a brand new monitoring app, extensive workflow handling, usability improvements and much more.


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    Share the good news: Nextcloud 10 is out with a brand new monitoring app, extensive workflow handling, usability improvements and much more. I'm certain there are interesting features in there for each and every one of you!

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    Yes, it is time to upgrade and let us know what you think!

    Learn more in my blog post.

    We've also published a blog explaining an use case for the File Access Control app for home users, read it here
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    I'd like to thank everyone also on the forums here for your support! It really makes a difference to see that you all value what we do and that you advocate and tell others about what we're about and are doing.

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  • Awesome! Can't wait to get to play with it first hand!



  • So just doing some quick google searching the Owncloud founder broke off and did Nextcloud?

    Is that correct?

    Is so this is awesome because I was just about to install Owncloud, newer is always better!


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    @Sparkum said in Nextcloud 10 is out with a brand new monitoring app, extensive workflow handling, usability improvements and much more.:

    Is so this is awesome because I was just about to install Owncloud, newer is always better!

    correct, we forked for a wide variety of reasons - you can find some of them in my last talk (video) as well as on our about page.

    And Nextcloud 10 is FULL of good stuff so tell others so they will do the same as you did - find out just in time there's a new kid in town 😉



  • I got the chance to update to version 10. Currently running as a VM in Hyper-V on Ubuntu 16.04. A couple things to note...

    • Don't forget to save a copy of any theme folder you may have created and paste it pack into the /nextcloud/themes folder

    • You'll have to go back into your config file and enter the theme folder name back in as this got removed during the upgrade process

    • I proceeded with the upgrade via the web page. Once the new v10 folder was created and config file and theme folder copied back, I simply launched the upgrade from the web page. It's a very small install so only took a few minutes to complete.

    • I had installed the "disclaimer" experimental app on the previous v9.0.53 install and not really surprised that the new install got rid of that. If there was one request I would make it would be to include some version of the "disclaimer" app as a supported app in a future release. This is a very easy way to make sure the terms & conditions are available right from the application.

    Will report back if there are any issues but so far so good! Nice job!


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