[typo] Typo is getting poor!
Frédéric de Villamil
neuro at 7el.net
Thu Jun 15 13:16:23 EDT 2006
phil a écrit :
> On Thu, 15 Jun 2006 11:50:52 -0500, "Rob Sanheim" <rsanheim at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> I wouldn't say it's dying. Just that there hasn't been a changeset
>>> for a while. But there was only really Piers working on it and he's
>>> probably tied up with real life work. Scott was working on the 4.0
>>> release but again is probably tied up with other Rails work. Don't
>>> judge it as you would a PHP project - because there aren't that many
>>> rails coders that have tonnes of time for open source.
>>> It'll get moving again. It's just a pause.
>>> Typo-list mailing list
>>> Typo-list at rubyforge.org
>> If someone could just get something stable enough to release as a 4.0
>> release candidate, so people have some to track beyond SVN revisions,
>> it would make a big difference.
> Bingo -- I have two Typo sites that I run right now, externally they look/work great, but internally both have issues that I haven't been able to solved. One site can't add/edit 'Pages' at all (Application Error (Rails) while my site displays that problem on *some* pages, but then late last week all of a sudden I couldn't post! Svn update doesn't help so I'm just in a lurch while I think of what to do. If we had 4.0 we would have a fresh slate to build on, and trust me, if I got my sites up on 4.0, they'd stay there for a time; I really love the blog Typo has allowed me to create, but lately it's just been too much work to keep running.
> I really do appreciate all the efforts, this is a great system, I just would like to have it 'just work' for a longer period of time.
>> Also, the lack of proper trackback/pingback support when its near a
>> 4.0 version needs to fixed, priority #1. Thats just essential blog
>> functionality and really needs to be there.
>> - rob
I also think text filters simply dont work.
Frédéric de Villamil
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