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The version OpenErp 6.1 has support yet?

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Crysler Belisario Araujo Enoc
on 2/6/15, 3:54 PM 703 views

Hello my dear friends, my question is whether there is still support for OpenERP version 6.1 and if so until date shall support? also if not too much trouble, knowing that repositories Ubuntu are still active ...
thank you very much ..

thank you very much, Stephen Mack,  for the prompt response...

Crysler Belisario Araujo Enoc
on 2/6/15, 4:34 PM
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Fabien Pinckaers (fp)

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Fabien Pinckaers (fp)
On 2/6/15, 5:40 PM

No, version 6.1 is not supported anymore as it was not considered a long term support (LTS) version. We stoped working on it and applying bugfixes one year ago.

Does that mean you still support OpenERP 5.0?

Stephen Mack
on 2/6/15, 7:28 PM

For some customers yes, but only a very few (it depends on the Odoo Enterprise contract). I am not even sure there are still 5.0 customers in production, they may have all upgraded.

On Feb 7, 2015 1:28 AM, "Stephen Mack" <smack815@gmail.com> wrote:

Does that mean you still support OpenERP 5.0?

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Fabien Pinckaers
on 2/7/15, 2:20 AM
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Stephen Mack

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Stephen Mack
On 2/6/15, 4:03 PM

Odoo supports the current release and the previous two LTS releases.  As of today, Odoo v8 (current) v7 and v6.0 are the supported versions.

Version 6.1 is not considered a LTS (Long Term Stable) release.  Only x.0 versions can be LTS.

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