2018-02-03 17:57:59 UTC
The next release of biblatex (that would be 3.11) is currently being
worked on and hopefully going to be released in the not-so-distant future.
There are going to be a few changes on the surface and a few more under
the hood. A few of the changes are strictly speaking backwards
incompatible and the changes under the hood are to critical
infrastructure, so we would appreciate a bit of beta testing, feedback
and general comments on the impact of those changes.
The list of changes can be found on the project Wiki on GitHub
(https://github.com/plk/biblatex/wiki) and the CHANGES.md file.
You can get the dev version by pulling the dev branch from git
(https://github.com/plk/biblatex) in which case you will have to run an
install script. Alternatively, you can download the development version
of biblatex 3.11 from SourceForge
(https://sourceforge.net/projects/biblatex/files/) in which case no
install script is required.
There is also going to be a corresponding Biber version
but for biblatex testing Biber 2.11 dev is not strictly required, so if
you would rather stay clear of a dev version of the Biber binary you can
still test biblatex.
Issues and feedback can be logged at the GitHub bugtracker: