http://git.io/radiant-simple-install has been updated to use 1.0.0 now.
On Tuesday, February 28, 2012 9:46:49 AM UTC-6, Jim Gay wrote: > > I'm proud to be able to release 1.0: > > http://radiantcms.org/download/ > > Many good things have gone into this long-awaited release. The 1.0 > series will be the last on Rails 2. > Only minor fixes will go into any further 1.x releases and our effort > will be focused on Rails 3 and further modularization of Radiant. > > WHAT IS RADIANT CMS? > > Radiant is a no-fluff content management system made for designers and > programmers and is ideal for use on small teams. It is similar to > Movable Type or Textpattern, but is much more than a blogging engine. > > Radiant features: > > * An elegant user interface > * The ability to arrange pages in a hierarchy > * Flexible templating with layouts, snippets, page parts, and a > custom tagging language (Radius: http://radius.rubyforge.org) > * A dynamic extension system > * A simple user management/permissions system > * Support for Markdown and Textile as well as traditional HTML > (it's easy to create other filters) > * Operates in two modes: dev and production depending on the URL > * A caching system which expires pages every 5 minutes > * Built using Ruby on Rails (which means that extending Radiant is > as easy as any other Rails application) > * Licensed under the MIT-License > * And much more... > > There's even a live demo over on the project Web site: > > http://radiantcms.org/demo/ > > > WHAT'S NEW IN THIS RELEASE? > > Radiant now runs on Ruby 1.9! > > We now support Bundler and have a default way to manage attachments, > stylesheets (with support for Sass/SCSS), JS (with support for > CoffeeScript), > built-in page preview, and many more features. > > > INSTALLATION > > https://gist.github.com/1540782 > > > CONTRIBUTORS > > Radiant wouldn't be possible without the help of some fine people. The > following people have made contributions to this release: > > Jason Taylor Johannes Fahrenkrug > William Ross Mark Reginald James > John Muhl Samuel Whited > Benny Degezelle Josh French > Jim Gay Oriol Gual > Wes Gamble Michal Cichra > Michael Stalker Andrew vonderLuft > Chris Parrish Dirk Kelly > Jeff Casimir vanderhoorn > John Long Mario Visic > Gert Goet > > https://github.com/radiant/radiant/contributors > > SUPPORT > > The best place to get support is definitely on the Radiant mailing list. > There's a crowd of people there who have been hanging around for many > moons now. Newbie questions are welcome! To sign up, go to: > > http://radiantcms.org/mailing-list/ > > The Radiant mailing list is also accessible via Ruby forum: > > http://www.ruby-forum.com/forum/21 > > > Enjoy! > > -- > Jim Gay > for the Radiant CMS Dev Team > http://radiantcms.org > >