I posted this on the ByWater Solutions blog, but it’s worth repeating here 🙂
Last week the first release candidate of Koha 3.2 was announced. What is a release candidate you might ask. This means that if no one can find anything else majorly wrong then this will become the official release of Koha 3.2. If people find a bug then that needs to be fixed and we move on to the second release candidate. Either way, we’re nearing the end of the Koha 3.2 development cycle and that means a bunch of new and improved features are headed your way.
Koha 3.2 has a lot of small differences, but the biggies are these: