I agree. it would help me a lot if you could publish a timeframe for the release of Seblod 4. It does not make sense for me to start new projects with Joomla 3, just because there is no J4-version of Seblod availabe.
I simply don't know at the moment if it makes sense to wait or to look for a different solution.
I appreciate your work and can understand that it takes a lot of time to develop a new version, but more information about the next major release would help a lot to plan current and future projects.
Exactly the same set of reasons that led us asking the question. We are at a crossroads. We are a Joomla website design company and we need to implement Joomla v4. We have been using SEBLOD for years, but we need to make a decision to move forward. Thus, any info would be greatly appreciated. Hate to keep asking.
It should be fixed with the Release Preview 2. This issue was not related to SEBLOD 4 nor Joomla! 4, but related to PHP 8.x, and please note that the full PHP 8.x support for SEBLOD has yet to be announced, so additional issues may be found.
In Germany some Webhosters start to skip PHP 7.4 support and force you to change to PHP 8. For some of my Joomla 3/Seblod projects i have to decide now if waiting for a stable seblod 4 version makes sense.
Can some seblod team member please give some info, if stable version of seblod 4 is still coming this year?
So dear Seblod team, slowly my collar is bursting too. You can't do anything right now. Seblod for Joomla 3 is not compatible with PHP8, the Seblod version for Joomla 4 is overdue for half a year. Explain to the community why we should extend our subscription? Joomla 4 has been released for over 18 months and little to nothing is happening. Also, it is not communicated when the new version is that whether I'm just an update (one click) or whether the data must be migrated. The latter does not work in the Seblod 4 RP7 nähmlich what a disaster comes equal.
Actually Joomla 3 and Seblod run on PHP 8. If you have problems regarding this topic, check your custom templates. I just did an update to PHP 8 with a big multisite Joomla 3/Seblod site with lots of different content-types.
But yes, the problem you talking about ist really annoying. At the moment i'm thinking to move to wordpress with my Joomla3/Seblod sites because i dont want to start these updates 2 weeks before joomla 3 updates end.
The problem is, seblod is much smoother to work with in bigger projects, wordpress needs much more custom coding to achive same result.
Seblod team should give some infos to the community now. Personally i would upgrade to professional support with a finished version of Seblod 4, no problem. But leaving the community with total silence is not very friendly.
Maybe Octopoos could provide some infos what tasks still need to be solved and if there is anything, the community could do to help.
Hi, for now I think they don't have time but I believe that Octopoos should rethink its business model for Seblod. There are many companies in the Joomla! managing to keep up with another payment model.