This new structure will help create a better platform in which template authors can base their work from. The main issue was that the old legacy Pligg CMS didn’t have complete template separation from it’s default modules and the default template. This made it much more difficult for template authors because they also needed to provide modifications to some of the default modules, and they shouldn’t have to do that.
So going forward from Kliqqi 3.6 these default modules will call their template files from within the default template. This will provide template authors with more customization options to these modules and make it much easier on everyone involved. We’ve also added hooks into the default modules so future modules can interact with them if necessary.
There are also new security enhancements that are going to be introduced with Kliqqi 3.6 and more bug fixes than you can shake a stick at. So you will absolutely want to update as soon as it’s made available. Since this next release contains security enhancements we will be notifying everyone registered here by email. So if you want to be notified, make sure you are signed up here.