ODK Aggregate 1.0 Release Candidate 3 (RC3) is now available for download

ODK Aggregate 1.0 Release Candidate 3 (RC3) is now available for download.

This eliminates data limits in csv and kml exports, honors filters during
KML exports, and fixes a number of issues specific to the Tomcat

If you downloaded RC3 before this message went out, there was one last
Tomcat issue that didn't get resolved until just before this announcement,
so be sure to get the latest RC3 (the issue was specific to Tomcat and does
not impact Google AppEngine deployments).

Please see the release notes for the steps required when upgrading from an
earlier alpha, beta, or release candidate, to the RC3. An overview of the
changes are also in the release notes:


The standalone Briefcase application provides a submission-data
migration-path across all further release candidates and the final 1.0
release (i.e., the appspot instance might need to change in a future
upgrade, but you will be able to migrate your submission-data from the RC3
into that new appspot instance).

The 'RC3' can be downloaded here:

https://opendatakit.appspot.com/ is now running RC3

Please file any bug reports in our issue tracker, and be sure to note what
software versions you're using (e.g., ODK Collect 1.1.7 RC2 and/or ODK
Aggregate 1.0 RC3):


We had a lot of people from the community provide great feedback and code
that went into this release, and we'd like to thank everyone for helping to
improve and push the project forward!

ยทยทยท -- Mitch Sundt Software Engineer http://www.OpenDataKit.org University of Washington mitchellsundt@gmail.com