I figured as much. But for non-developers like me who would want to test to give the everyday user perspectives, there’s really no guide on how to install develop branch. Me thinks that’s why there’s a lot of issues whenever there’s a new version or update release as not all use cases are considered.
Releasing V13 in beta helps in this regard but it should come with install instructions so non-developers can also test and offer divergent user experience perspectives. It will ensure a more stable final release.
there was a comment by @michelle a while ago that multi-currency expense claim was going to be part of version-13. It isn’t mentioned here, so I was wondering whether that still in the works and will actually go into version-13 or whether that effort was cancelled?
I think all tutorials for installation tackle the issue of choosing a certain branch.
That does not help with the problem of installation being not an easy task and often failing since quite a while though. maintaining the beta.erpnext.com instance would be a nice thing to have.
you can also create an instance of V13 on the the https://frappe.cloud platform. That would come with costs though (even though they offer some sort of credits for new account owners I believe.