Deprecating sabre/dav 1.8
Our versioning scheme from sabre/dav dictates that we stop support for a version of a package, 12 months after the next major version was released.
In ideal circumstances this means you have the full 12 months to do the upgrade.
Today marks that date for sabre/dav 1.8, as well as sabre/vobject 2.
What this means
- We will no longer do new releases for these versions.
- We will no longer accept bug reports for these versions. We might make an exception for serious security issues.
- We will no longer provide support information for people running on these versions.
- It also marks the end of the last sabre/dav to support PHP 5.3.
- However, we will still offer paid support for these versions, if you are truly stuck in the past.
- Full list of supported sabre/dav versions and their obsoletion schedule.
- Upgrading from sabre/dav 1.8 to 2.0.
- Upgrading from sabre/dav 2.0 to 2.1.
- Upgrading from sabre/vobject 2.x to 3.x.
- sabre/dav 1.8 was first released November 8th, 2012.
- The biggest change was the switch to PHP namespaces from the old prefix-format.
- There were a total of 12 releases, averaging 0.63 releases per month.