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``` very easy update ``` I disagree with the above words, because it took hours before OpenStudy could introduce its new release. I don't think it was too easy for the coders to update OpenStudy.
thats ur view...
This was a longer release, not because of difficulty actually implementing the release, but because we needed to do a pretty intense database migration when we removed all the unofficial groups.

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