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New CFEclipse Web Site!

February 20, 2006 ·

DNS is propagating so most folks can now see the new CFEclipse web site. We're still working on migrating content from other locations - many thanx to Spike and Nathan for the content they've been hosted so far. We've added a wiki in the documentation section that is being added to as we centralize the content. We have forums and a bug tracker that, as soon as we have reskinned them, we'll link in and open to the public. We also have Subversion set up on the new site (thanx Simeon) and will be migrating the source to that soon. The nightly builds will also soon be available directly from the new site - thanx to Rob for hosting them so far. The new site should become the one-stop-shop for the CFEclipse community, making it easier to find information and contribute to the project. There are a lot of new features in the nightly builds, mostly added by Mark - thanx! Hopefully we can prepare an official 1.3 release shortly that will solidify those features in a public release.

Tags: cfeclipse

4 responses

  • 1 Big Mad Kev // Feb 20, 2006 at 1:45 PM

    Sounds Great Guys, Can't Wait.

    Any chance of the IP so I can create an entry in my hostfile and thus don't have to wait for the DNS :-)

    Cheers and once again Great Job Guys.
  • 2 Sean Corfield // Feb 20, 2006 at 10:57 PM

    Kev, no IP. Just be patient. As soon as the home page of cfeclipse.org tells you you're looking at the new website, DNS has reached your neck of the woods...
  • 3 Calvin Ward // Feb 21, 2006 at 4:23 AM

    I think the old website had a new website message.

    Does the new one look different?
  • 4 Sean Corfield // Feb 21, 2006 at 8:18 AM

    Calvin, no, the new site looks the same. If you see the "news" piece saying "Welcome to the new website" then you are seeing the new website (doh!). The old website had an "alert" about Macromedia supporting CFEclipse.

    Behind the scenes the new website is hosted by HostMySite (thanx HMS!) and is running CFMX 7 Enterprise (thanx Macromedia/Adobe!) and has a wiki, forums, bugtracker and Subversion. We're in the process of bringing those pieces online (the wiki is online - in the documentation section).