As many of you will know, I have been an avid alpha and then beta tester for OpenInsight 10 (OI10). I have fully converted my internal RevUK CRM system, worked on a few other OI10 based systems and posted a fair number of issues for the guys to look at over the last year or so.
Throughout the project those issues have been cleared and just recently I’ve seen a floury of activity on my issues and lots of them being addressed and closed. It has been very rewarding to have been just one of the many beta testers and I just hope that, in some very small way, I’ll have helped to make the final release as best as possible for the team working on the next generation of our amazing Windows application development environment.
However, the big news is that Revelation have just reached a
major milestone with the development of OpenInsight 10.
Over the weekend, I learned that the OI10 Beta 7 has been released. Nothing special in that, other than this has been cited as the ‘last (final) alpha’ to be released. In his posting on LinkedIn, Mike has also gone on record to state that the scheduled release date for the full release is the 16th April.
I’d like to add my thanks to everyone that has been contributing to the beta program through testing and working with the beta versions and feeding back their thoughts, issues and successes.
If you have not yet played with the OI10 software and you have an OI based system, now is the time to register for the beta, download the final beta release and run your applications through the conversion tools. You might just find an application specific issue that you would like addressing ahead of the final release.