Actually this is a good point, as I have been stress testing Moodle 3.3.2 and it's not suitable to run with as a production set.
After testing it for the last few days, I am finding that it has too many bugs in it that is going to slow up course development.
Yet the Moodle 3.2.2 (Build: 20170313) I am running is playing real nice with all the plugins and extra coding I want to do.
I am just thinking out loud here, as I am paying for this and really what you are saying is ..
If I start an T2 VM that I am paying for then I am locked in to what bitnami deems to be in the best interests
Where in fact it is not.
so following that train of thought..
Since I was able this to "upgrade" this version of Moodle from 2.9 - 3.2.2 Manually in a running server, and still have a copy of the package, shouldn't I be able to downgrade?
So start a server with 3.3.2 then downgrade to 3.2.2. (We are talking a Bitnami\AWS T2VM)
there is just something in 3.3.2 build that you guys have got that is not playing nice with bootstrap codes and and is going to give me major headaches with existing courses that will take a year to fix.
Looking forward to your reply..