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More updates to version 3

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We just released the 6th technology preview release for version 3, and this time it comes with so many changes I don’t even know where to begin.

If you’re still using version 2, now is a good time to fire up that old, crusty test-server and install this preview release to see what we’ve been working on. Not to say that you can expect to use it fully, but we’re now finally at a point where it’s only features left, and no framework changes!

This also means we’ll be entering feature freeze after TP7, with an alpha release hopefully before the month ends. This also means we can finish the roadmap for the initial release of version 3 – something we’ve been wanting to do for a long time!

We had a batch of interest last time we annouced we were looking for volunteers to help us write the best version yet – unfortunately, noone followed through. We’re still looking for contributors – be it programmers (php), documentors, testers and forum- an webpage maintainer(s). If you wanna help out in any of these areas, drop us a line!

Written by Daniel André

May 10, 2010 at 22:00

Posted in The Bug Genie 3.0

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  1. Perhaps it would be easier for new contributors if you used a system like Gitorious or GitHub for code hosting (as a fellow norwegian I’s recomend Gitorious…)

    Projects like Doctrine have done this, and claims to se a growing amount of contributions.

    http://www.doctrine-project.org/blog/the-switch-to-git

    Christian

    June 1, 2010 at 15:50

  2. I like git, but at the moment we have no immediate plans of moving to it. I’ve seen several posts about how git applied correctly can lead to an explosion in contributors/contributions, and the Doctrine project is a good example at that. However, at the moment we’re solely focusing on getting version 3 ready and available🙂

    Thanks for the tip, though!

    zegenie

    June 2, 2010 at 08:46


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