Since January 1′st Mikeal, MDE and I have been really busy with new adventures but I wanted to thank our community for stepping up and continuing to improve Windmill.
The web sites, getwindmill.com and the github project have been continuing to get more and more traffic all the time. With spikes of over 1000 users on getwindmill.com and 381 users in a day on the github project a couple months ago (averaging around 200 users a day I can safely say that Windmill is continuing to grow it’s user base.
We haven’t done a release since Windmill 1.3, and there have been lots of changes to infrastructure, patches and issues fixed so I think in the coming weeks my plan is to package up and release Windmill 1.5.
There is no game plan carved in stone, but I would like to spend some time sprucing up the IDE theme as it’s starting to look a bit dated.
I will be at both CouchCamp and JS EU in Berlin next month, if any Windmill’ers are attending it would be great to meet up for a beverage.
Thanks for your patience and persistence everyone!
After a year of moving the project to GitHub, changing jobs, moving to San Francisco and 4 beta releases, Windmill 1.4 is finally up on PYPI. You may be asking, what in this release could be so awesome that it took a whole year+.. well the answer is, LOTS. The major things that come to
Today Windmill 1.0RC1 was finally pushed to the pypi! We advise that you: easy_install -U windmill This release includes an absolutely huge list of bug fixes, including some very important issues in the proxy server and drag and drop code. The list of bugs fixed can be found in the 1.0 section on the Trac Milestone.
We are finally in 1.0 beta mode, the improvements are vast and the polish is shiny. Please make sure that any bugs you know about, or have discovered are logged so that we can consider them for the final 1.0 release. Beta 1 will be in QA for the next couple weeks and we hope
Another round of productive bug fixes and feature additions have happened over the last few weeks. We are now positioning the project to approach a 1.0 release, which means that our goals for the coming releases is focused on shaking out all those blocker bugs before we push the big milestone. New Features, since 0.8.0
Today we released Windmill 0.8.2 which includes some important bug fixes, and very exciting feature work. Features include: Addition of firebug lite support in IDE and Testing Application Fully functional wxWindmill contrib application Enhanced ‘smart’ recorder Auto element scroll into view to more closely simulate users Bug Fixes include: http://trac.getwindmill.com/ticket/135 Windmill defaulting to timeout for