The Croogo Development Team is happy to announce the release of Croogo 1.4.1-beta.
The 1.4.1-beta has been baking for a while, closing 33 tickets, and received more than 200 commits compared to 1.4.0-beta. The notable ones are listed in the following section.
Croogo 1.4.1 Beta can be downloaded GitHub: https://github.com/croogo/croogo/downloads
We have integrated CI testing with Travis-CI for 1.4 branch, and are adding more and more tests to the core test suite. You could check our latest build in http://travis-ci.org/croogo/croogo.
This also means than any contributors could easily turn on their Travis hook and get their changes tested when pushing their commits.
The project also has its own jenkins installation in http://ci.croogo.org/ that is currently sponsored by Xintesa. Aside for another test environment, we are using Jenkins with its Checkstyle plugins to run PHP CodeSniffer on the repository.
Documentation is also one area that is lacking. Bear with us as we update the wiki in the coming weeks. In the mean time, you could get some support via the usual channels.
So, please help by testing the new release and reporting issues in http://croogo.lighthouseapp.com/
Hey everyone, this is a quick post to let everyone in the Croogo community know that we now have an official blog. I have been posting all the release notes and any other related news on my personal blog for the last couple of years. And now that there there are multiple core team members, I felt it is right to have something separate and more 'official'.
From now on, all blog posts related to Croogo will be published here. So subscribe!