Updates have been released for versions 16 and 17 of Nextcloud. With this program it is possible to run cloud storage in-house. Nextcloud was created after a large number of developers left ownCloud and started over. All components, including the enterprise functionality, are offered as open source and the revenue model is similar to what Red Hat does, which is to provide paid support for major customers. Nextcloud also promises a so-called drop-in replacement, which makes it possible to easily switch from ownCloud to Nextcloud. The release notes for this release can be found below.
17.0.3 and 16.0.8 out now!
Updates for Nextcloud server have been made available. As always, these include stability and security improvements that are designed to be a safe and quick upgrade. If you are waiting for the first minor release for Nextcloud Hub/Nextcloud 18,, stay tuned – we plan to do a mid-cycle update in about 2 weeks.
Running web facing software without regular updates is risky. Please stay up to date with Nextcloud releases of both the server and its apps, for the safety of your data! Customers can always count on our upgrade support if needed!
Nextcloud 17.0.3: getting to bore
Nextcloud 17.0.3 and 16.0.8 have relatively few fixes included, reflecting their state. For 17, we have 18 changes while the oldest stable release got not even a dozen. Note that if you are still on 15, this release is unmaintained and you should upgrade as soon as possible. By now we recommend everyone to run 17 in production as this already has the largest number of users and thus receives the most scrutiny and testing.
You can find the full 17.0.3 and 16.0.8 changelogs on our website..
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