An Ushahidi tradition is to name all of our major releases after African cities that have had disturbances. Today we’re announcing the “Goma” release of the platfrom, version 0.9 – named after that oft-beleaguered town in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
We had three main areas that we focused on for this Goma; stability, speed and mobile apps.
David gives an intro to Ushahidi v0.9 due out the first week of August. This release is all about stability, speed and fine tuning of features. We're also announcing the release of three new mobile apps created for Android, Java phones and Windows Mobile.
A BIG thanks goes out to all the devs who made this happen. Major contributors included:
Jason Mule (Kenya)
Brian Muita (Kenya)
Soyapi Mumba (Malawi)
Emmanuel Kala (Kenya)
Henry Addo (Ghana)
Steve Mutinda (Kenya)
Dale Zak (Canada)