OpenNMS 1.3.3 Released

If you have not seen the announcement yet, OpenNMS 1.3.3 was released. It includes lots of bugfixes, as well as a start on separating out the native C code so that packaging a pure-java release of OpenNMS will be easier. We hope to have that wrapped up by the 1.3.4 release.

I’ve released 1.3.3 into 10.4 Unstable, as well as the new iplike package for PostgreSQL. Unfortunately, I had to remove OpenNMS from 10.3 because the 1.3 series requires Java 1.5. I will probably go back and revert 10.3 to the latest 1.2 version, just so that something is available still.

I also spent some time reworking the OpenNMS front page to be more useful for finding information. It was a pretty big mess of random links without much navigation to help people get to the info they need. There’s still more to do, but it’s definitely easier to figure out where to go now. The only problem is, enough people can actually see the link to the demo site that the demo site is hitting tomcat’s maximum connection limits. <grin> Hopefully that will get fixed up shortly, but hey, at least people are taking the chance to try it out now. 🙂

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