Daemon has announced the first public beta release of FarCry 5.1. Along with a plethora of bug fixes, FarCry 5.1 introduces a new Friendly URL sub-system (no more need for /go/) as well as a faster engine under the hood. i18n has been brought back on the scene after a hiatus of a year or so and the new webskin caching system and list views things even easier than before.
One of the most notable features is better OpenBD and Railo support. Although I don't personally use either (except for testing), I've been hearing great things about them. Deamon is asking for more community testing with FarCry 5.1 beta on OpenBD and Railo. So if you have a moment to give it a test run, let them know how it goes.
A new blog engine is planned to be released with FarCry 5.1 when it comes out (you can download the first release candidate of NearCry on Daemon's builds download page).
I am personally running the current beta of FarCry 5.1 in production on a few websites and intranets and it's running quite well. If you get a chance, download the latest bundle (currently titled "farcry-community-5-1-0-BetaB.zip") from the download builds page and let Daemon know what you think.