Tickets and Mailing Lists

Posted by jgehtland Wed, 18 Oct 2006 03:39:03 GMT

We’ve just gone through and caught up completely on the mailing list and the tickets in Collaboa. Some of you will have received personal emails about your tickets, in addition to us filing our responses in Collaboa itself. Others of you have probably received emails from the Google Group.

If you are interested in the tickets, we’ve categorized all the open ones by what release we plan to address it in. There’s a lot there for 0.0.6, and we’re planning out ahead to 0.1.0.

I’m personally off to RubyConf this Friday and will be giving the Streamlined talk on Sunday morning. Now that I understand the schedule, I feel much better about my talk there. I thought I was going to have to fill three hours, but was recently reminded that its a shared track format; just one hour for me. So, no worries, folks, I won’t be cramming three hours of material into 60 minutes. Though I’ll still talk too fast; that’s just how I roll.

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Catching Up

Posted by jgehtland Sat, 21 Oct 2006 17:50:53 GMT

We’ve had a busy couple of weeks around here, so I wanted to catch everybody up on what’s going on.

First, we’ve got RubyConf coming up in a week, and we’ll be giving a presentation on Streamlined there. We’re going to post a bunch next week in advance of that, talking about current state, upcoming features, and asking for input on some ideas we are having.

Second, we’ll be spending this weekend catching up on tickets posted and bugs reported over the last two weeks. Look for more posts, and commits to the trunk, over the weekend to address what’s been discovered since 0.0.5 was released.

Finally, we’d like to just thank everybody who continues to use Streamlined and post your thoughts, experiences, and complaints to us. You guys are great!

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Just Debugging Something with Authentication

Posted by jgehtland Sat, 21 Oct 2006 17:55:29 GMT

We’re seeing an intermittent failure of the logout feature to work; as soon as we get that locked down today, we’ll release. Wouldn’t want to give you buggy code, now would we? ;-)

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We're Still Here

Posted by jgehtland Sat, 21 Oct 2006 17:56:02 GMT

We’re still here. Promise! 0.0.5 will be released Friday night, the 22nd. Here’s the official feature list for the build:

  • Authentication and Authorization support
  • User Preferences
  • Lightbox integration
  • Overlib integration
  • Using Rails’ model generator
  • Sparklines graph
  • Pagination preferences per user
  • Pagination optional
  • Generalized error messages and logging
  • New syntax for relationship declaration

Drag and drop ordered-list support is being moved back to 0.0.6.

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Current Status

Posted by jgehtland Sat, 21 Oct 2006 17:56:48 GMT

The demands of running a consulting and training business have been competing with the demands of creating an open source framework, and as such, our dates have slipped again. This makes me personally feel crummy, because I know that there are several of you waiting for 0.0.5 (thanks for the encouragement!). On the other hand, it makes me feel good, because I know we aren’t rushing crummy code out the door to meet an artificial date I set. We want to get our releases right, so we’re going to take a couple more days to test and solidify the features. In the meantime, join the group to discuss the framework.

And to everybody that has added to the feature requests page on the wiki, THANK YOU! What a great list. I can’t say when we’re going to address them all, but we’re going to add them all as enhancement requests in the ticket list and start trying to assign them to releases.

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