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Kunena 5.2.2 released (13 Jan 2021)
The Kunena team has announce the arrival of Kunena 5.2.2 [K 5.2.2] which is now available for download as a native Joomla extension for J! 3.9.x. This version addresses most of the issues that were discovered in K 5.2 and issues discovered during the development stages of K 5.2.2
Question Nooku Framework
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Did you not read the rest of this very long topic???
The Kunena developers have very carefully, politely and reasonably explained not only that they will NOT be moving to any different framework, but also why they won't.
Like others who have commented, I am very pleased to hear that.
If I was administering this site, I would definitely lock this topic. Otherwise a clearly made decision will just be re-questioned time after time - wasting developers energies, and boring the heck out of everybody else!
Perhaps I should have made it clearer when I merged the topic to allow other people to give kapilsahu the benefit of being new. Is that better for you, kiwi?
Thanks i am waiting for your reply.
I think you're confusing Nooku Framework with Nooku Server.
Nooku Framework can be installed on Joomla 1.5, 1.6 and 1.7.
On top of that Nooku Server comes with Nooku Framework and also got several core components refactored to run on Nooku instead of Joomla framework.
The benefits extensions running Joomla get from running on Nooku Server is enhancements we've done to the Joomla framework that comes with Nooku Server. Like faster caching.
So to answer your questions. Yes you can run Kunena on Nooku Server. Kunena does not need to run Nooku Framework to make that happen.
Although there are benefits from switching to Nooku Framework, I believe that Matias have evaluated that and found that now is not a good time as it'll take too long to port a codebase the size of Kunenas and Nooku Framework is also still Alpha (so Kunena developers would have to tackle the challenges of porting to a framework that is still changing, doing breaking changes each week).
It's important to take these things into consideration. Porting an entire codebase to another very different framework isn't done in a day. I spent 3 months porting Ninjaboard to Nooku, and its codebase and complexity were a fraction compared to Kunenas.
Ninjaboard lead developer
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No, Nooku Framework is not made on Joomla Framework, not that this is relevant.
Because you can't run Joomla 1.6 and 1.7 based extensions that require APIs that do not exist on 1.5 on 1.5 can you?
Only your first question is Kunena relevant though, so I'm sure they'll appreciate that you ask them on the Nooku mailing list instead to keep the thread on topic.
Ninjaboard lead developer
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