I don't know how many people are using J! 4. Pick a number, any number. The number is probably a couple of hundred; I'm just guessing.pe7er wrote: ↑Wed Oct 28, 2020 8:12 amYou might have seen it already, Joomla 4 Beta 5 is now available:
https://www.joomla.org/announcements/re ... lpha3.html
It's also my guess that the majority of people who may be using J! 4 are not using the latest beta release. Further—and I'm still only speculating—the majority of people who may be using J! 4 do not use this forum. Therefore, it's difficult for people who use this forum to obtain information about who's using J! 4 and how things are going with the J! project. The only quantifiable metric about the deployment of J! 4 that I'm aware of is that J! 4 accounts for less than 1% of all J! websites created after the project started gathering statistics about five years ago.
I updated my J! 4 Beta 4 test site to J! 4 Beta 5 without any problems.