One week after the first release of OSMap, we're pleased to release a round of bug-fixes and improvements.
One big change is that we updated OSMap's version number to 3.0. This marks a clean break from XMap and its numbering scheme.
We've also made several visual changes to improve the admin interface and several of the core plugins (especially Kunena) have been improved.
Here's an overview of the major changes in OSMap 3.0 ...
Improvement #1. Admin area styling
One of our first goals with OSMap has been to improve the interface.
Originally the admin area was fairly messy with mixed-up columns, unclear heading titles and too much data. We've started work on standardizing the interface. You can expect more improvements in weeks to come.
Improvement #2. Migrating from Xmap
We fixed some bugs with the import from Xmap. Now if you install OSMap to a site where XMap is already installed, you'll see a big button saying "Import XMap data".
Want to get involved?
- Give it a test: go to the OSMap download page.
- OSMap is available on Github. If you have any suggestions, bug-fixes or plugins that work with Xmap or OSMap, we'd love to hear from you.
- If you have questions, there's an OSMap support forum.
- OSMap is now on the JED if you'd like to leave a review.