Glad to hear that 1.0 will be out soon (any official date on this?). How easy/hard will it be to update sites that are currently using the old version?
Thanks Al > Hi SaÅ¡a, > > There is a very active, though slightly intermittent rails 3 branch, and > the main reason for the relative quiet recently is that we are right on > the edge of a verson 1 release candidate. The roadmap broadly goes like > this, as I understand it: > > * get v1.0 out with a definite core feature set and no bugs > * document the feature set and API properly > * small 1.0.x releases to fix anything we missed > * get v2.0 out with the same feature set but on rails 3 > * invent new stuff > > All of these efforts are a lot closer to completion than they might seem: > the challenge we face is to offer a steady release schedule and a > predictable target while also getting all this new work out the door. It's > going to be an interesting year for radiant. > > best, > > will > > > ps. Jim will correct anything I've put wrongly, I hope. > > > > On 29 Apr 2011, at 18:28, SaÅ¡a BabiÄ wrote: > >> I hope this won't give the wrong impression, because I do realise things >> don't just happen by themselves and I'm grateful to everyone who's been >> involved with Radiant development. >> >> Is there anything being done to migrate Radiant to the latest Rails. Any >> future plans in that respect? I don't see anything in the repository. I >> might have missed it, though. >> >> BTW, am I wrong to think that the traffic on this mailing list has been >> slowed down as well? Did everyone just migrate to BrowserCMS (latest >> beta supports Rails 3.0), Refinery (Rails 3.0 supported) or something >> else? :) >> > > > > > __________________________ > > William Ross > Spanner Ltd > 18 Fountain Street > Ulverston > Cumbria LA12 7EQ > 01229 588098 or 07771 562745 > > > > >