Gibbon v13.0.00 (Tai Mo Shan) features improved student application workflow for siblings, Messenger read receipts, automated Scope & Sequence and Concept Explorer for curriculum documentation, attendance by class, translatability of additional modules, new notification tray, installation requirements checking and more than 150 other fixes, tweaks and improvements.
** IMPORTANT UPDATE NOTES: 1) Direct updates from v11.0.00 and below do not work: please upgrade to v12.0.00 first, and then to v13.0.00. 2) See Changes With Important Notices in CHANGELOG.txt for other notes before upgrading. 3) Always backup your files and database before upgrading **
A huge thank you to our Senior Developer Sandra Kuipers for the huge amount of work she put into this release, and to and to our Developer Ray Clark who helped tackle some thorny issues along the way.
If you would like to volunteer to translate Gibbon to your language, please email email@example.com. A huge thank you to the ongoing efforts of our 50+ volunteer translators in preparing this new version to run in their own language.
“Tai Mo Shan (Chinese: 大帽山) is the highest peak in Hong Kong, with an elevation of 957 m. It is also the tallest coastal peak in Southern China and second tallest coastal peak in China after Mount Lao, and located at approximately the geographical centre of the New Territories. The Tai Mo Shan Country Park covers an area of 14.40 km² around Tai Mo Shan. It is located to the north of Tai Lam Country Park. It is noted to have the 35-metre high Long Falls, the highest waterfall in Hong Kong” – https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tai_Mo_Shan
Cutting Edge Code
If you would like to run the very latest, not-necessarily-stable cut of Gibbon, you can get it from our GitHub repo. Please be sure to read the Cutting Edge section of our Installation Guide before using any of these files.