In this release we have made over 1200 commits to our code base, making improvements to almost every part of InaSAFE. Whilst some of these improvements are visible through the user interface and reports we generate, the vast majority of the changes in this release are architectural improvements, bug fixes and improvements to the speed and quality of the code that underlies InaSAFE. This release has also been subject to a large Quality Assurance review - we are working very hard to improve the quality and consistency of analysis results with each release.
We have not only been working hard on the main InaSAFE plugin, but also in revamping the InaSAFE.org web site, building a new InaSAFE realtime web site, sprucing up our user map (please add yourself there if you use InaSAFE!), overhauling the [documentation] (http://docs.inasafe.org).
InaSAFE is an Open Source project and we would like to encourage organisations and individuals interested in the project to get involved. Visiting our chat room or contacting us via email@example.com is a good place to start the conversation!