FreeCAD 0.20 is released

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Re: FreeCAD 0.20 is released

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adrianinsaval wrote: Tue Aug 02, 2022 8:40 pm the beta adjetive should be removed as well as the --candidate flag for snap
Thanks. Done.
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Re: FreeCAD 0.20 is released

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@adrianinsaval where is this exactly? (URL please) TIA
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Re: FreeCAD 0.20 is released

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Kunda1 wrote: Wed Aug 03, 2022 4:00 pm @adrianinsaval where is this exactly? (URL please) TIA
https://github.com/FreeCAD/FreeCAD/releases/tag/0.20 uwe already fixed most of it but there is one sneaky "beta" left:
Snap package: Install the beta release
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Re: FreeCAD 0.20 is released

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adrianinsaval wrote: Wed Aug 03, 2022 5:45 pm one sneaky "beta" left:
Fixed, thanks!
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Re: FreeCAD 0.20 is released

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I am a new user (dabbled in it from 018.4), I began using it in earnest for commercial work at the beginning of 2022. (I'm a retired engineer ex SolidWorks, ex Inventor, ex Micro CADAM, ex CADAM and more, but now I do limited mechanical design work for a few customers who have no CAD capability of their own)

0.20 is welcome, and I have been using it since it was released.

I'd like to take the opportunity to thank those who develop FreeCAD. My only contribution so far has been monetary (and I will continue that!), but I am hoping that I'll be able to contribute directly to the product at some point.

Again, my thanks to the devs for 0.20 and a product that works. Some of us can't justify a "big-boy" product, FreeCad fills the void. Speaking as a longtime CAD user, FreeCAD has an incredible amount of potential. Solve the TNP, settle on a single assembly workbench, upgrade the TechDraw capabilities a little and (as the saying goes) you've got a dog that hunts.

I'm grateful for what we've got, optimistic about it's future, and hoping that eventually I'll be able to contribute more.

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