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Add in Release Notes for 4.7.29

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## CiviCRM 4.7.29
Released December 20, 2017
- **[Synopsis](release-notes/**
- **[Features](release-notes/**
- **[Bugs resolved](release-notes/**
- **[Credits](release-notes/**
- **[Feedback](release-notes/**
## CiviCRM 4.7.28
Released December 6, 2017
# CiviCRM 4.7.29
Released December 20, 2017
- **[Synopsis](#synopsis)**
- **[Features](#features)**
- **[Bugs resolved](#bugs)**
- **[Miscellany](#misc)**
- **[Credits](#credits)**
- **[Feedback](#feedback)**
## <a name="synopsis"></a>Synopsis
| *Does this version...?* | |
|:----------------------------------------------------------- |:-------:|
| Fix security vulnerabilities? | no |
| Change the database schema? | no |
| Alter the API? | no |
| Require attention to configuration options? | no |
| Fix problems installing or upgrading to a previous version? | no |
| **Introduce features?** | **yes** |
| **Fix bugs?** | **yes** |
## <a name="features"></a>Features
### Core CiviCRM
- **[CRM-20941]( Increase Minimum PHP required to install CiviCRM
Increases the minimum PHP version required to install CiviCRM 4.7.29 to be 5.4 as per the [announcement blog post](
## <a name="bugs"></a>Bugs resolved
### Core CiviCRM
- **[CRM-21445]( Ensure Pay Later Processor is set so a fatal isn't thrown
Ensures that the pay later payment Processor is set to that a fatal error isn't thrown
- **[CRM-21431]( Fix Removing of group types
Fixes an issue where unchecking both the ACL and Mailing list box when editing a group didn't actually remove those types
- **[CRM-21568]( Move the determination of values of empty from settingsbag to InnodbIndxer
Fixes an issue where string '0' wasn't being treated as false. So the checking of whether there is an empty value is now done in the on change listener for the full text search switcher
- **[CRM-21562]( Fix line item mis-saving when using a ',' as the thousand separator
Fixes an issue for currencies which use a ',' as the thousand separator the line item was being incorrectly saved by a significant margin.
- **[CRM-21534]( Fix issue where checking if server was a MariaDB server wasn't working correctly
Fixes an issue where the check to see if the MySQL server was a MariaDB instance wasn't working right. This lead to hard crashes as queries were being incorrectly re-written
## <a name="credits"></a>Credits
This release was developed by the following code authors:
AGH Strategies - Alice Frumin, Andrew Hunt; Agileware - Alok Patel, Justin
Freeman; Australian Greens - Seamus Lee; Christian Wach; Circle Interactive -
Dave Jenkins; CiviCoop - Klaas Eikelboom; CiviCRM - Coleman Watts, Tim Otten;
CiviDesk - Nicolas Ganivet, Yashodha Chaku; CiviFirst - John Kirk; Community IT
Academy - William Mortada; CompuCorp - Michael Devery, Mukesh Ram, Omar Abu
Hussein; Coop SymbioTIC - Mathieu Lutfy; Daniël van Vuuren; Deepak Srivastava;
Freeform Solutions - Herb van den Dool; Fuzion - Jitendra Purohit; JMA
Consulting - Edsel Lopez, Monish Deb, Pradeep Nayak; John Kingsnorth; Joinery -
Allen Shaw; Lemniscus - Noah Miller; Megaphone Technology Consulting - Jon
Goldberg; MJW Consulting - Matthew Wire; Olivier Hertrich; Pawel Nowak; PowDevel -
Beto Aveiga; Progressive Technology Project - Jamie McClelland; Tadpole
Collective - Kevin Cristiano; Wikimedia Foundation - Eileen McNaughton, Maggie
Most authors also reviewed code for this release; in addition, the following
reviewers contributed their comments:
Adam Zilkie; AGH Strategies - Josh Corlew; Agileware - Agileware Team; Andrew
Thompson; Blackfly Solutions - Alan Dixon; British Humanist Association -
William Gordon; CiviDesk - Sunil Pawar; CompuCorp - Anna Kovalova, Guanhuan
Chen, Mirela Stanila; DevMate - Adam Kwiatkowski; Effy Elden; Electronic
Frontier Foundation - Mark Burdett; Ginkgo Street Labs - Frank Gómez; JMA
Consulting - Joe Murray; Joanne Chester; Johan Vervloet; Jonathan Richardson;
Korlon - Stuart Gaston; Left Join Labs - Sean Madsen; Levity - Kevin Levie;
Lighthouse Design and Consulting - Brian Shaughnessy; Lorenzo Ardizzone; MC3 -
Graham Mitchell; Marcello Gribaudo; Mohamed Ziada; myDropWizard - David Snopek;
Neil Zampella; Nicol Wistreich; Responsive Development Technologies - Thomas
Nilefalk; Richard Edgar; Semper IT - Karin Gerritsen; SEN Magazine - Jeremy
Nicholls; Skvare - Mark Hanna; small biz; Spry Digital - Ellen Hendricks;
Squiffle Consulting - Aidan Saunders; Stevel; Systopia - Björn Endres; Tech To
The People - Xavier Dutoit; Victor Huang; Web Access - Kurund Jalmi
## <a name="feedback"></a>Feedback
These release notes are edited by Andrew Hunt. If you'd like to provide
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