Today was 2017's first WiX Online Meeting and, in a technical problem that does not bode well for the new year, no recording of the meeting is available. Just assume our tones were dulcet and our words were wise.
WIX_IS_NETFRAMEWORK_462_OR_LATER_INSTALLED, from @SchucoSlimane, points out that some properties were added in WiX v3.11 and not WiX v3.10 as hinted. I updated the documentation so this issue was closed.
WiX v4.0 compiler crashes with invalid ids, from @barnson, is an issue I opened to track one of the problems I ran into while working on fixing the WiX v4 unit tests. In retrospect, this is really more of a topic for the wix-devs mailing list but I'll leave this issue open until we have a solution.
Unfortunately, for the past week or so, the entirety of CodePlex.com, including WiX releases, has been tagged as malicious by multiple browsers (at least Chrome and Firefox). We've tried to raise the issue with CodePlex folks, but so far, all WiX downloads are still identified as malicious. We discussed the problem during the meeting and so far, are leaning toward using the releases feature of GitHub. The current plan is that we'll move over the latest stable release (WiX v3.10.3) and maybe a couple of others and leave other, historical releases on CodePlex. Going forward, new milestone releases would ship as GitHub releases.
We'll discuss the issue on the wix-devs mailing list to get more feedback.