Yesterday, MODX Revolution 2.2.1 was released and this new version offers several small enhancements while addressing 85 issues with fixes. New in 2.2.1 is Sudo users. Sudo users is a setting on a user account that gives unrestricted access to the MODX install. This new feature lets site administrators maintain a user account that cannot get locked out of the site while creating access policies for other site administrators and users.
MODX Revolution 2.2.1 is also intended to prepare MODX Revolution for MODX Cloud. MODX Cloud is being billed as "the ultimate MODX platform" that lets you build sites properly without having to worry about the infrastructure at all. I'm not sure of all the changes that Revolution has gone through to prepare it for MODX Cloud but I would imagine that it may have something to do with making it more compatible with the available API of MODX Cloud.
Here are the highlights of the 2.2.1 release:
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