diesl wrote: The question is, has there been any development since the release of v1.0.2? I lost track. Hopefully someone has more insight
Actually there has not been any structured development done since that release. I know that version has been posted a while ago. But it seems that the php developers did stop to work with it. Not sure where they went.
There are useful modifications/changes posted in the forum and they can be applied to a new version of Eventlist. It will be useful to look for them and to apply it to a new version. i.e. : A topic is telling about integrating the calendar and it would be nice to integrate that.
Bluefox wrote: There are useful modifications/changes posted in the forum and they can be applied to a new version of Eventlist. It will be useful to look for them and to apply it to a new version. i.e. : A topic is telling about integrating the calendar and it would be nice to integrate that.
No real development occured since 1.02 for J25 was released. There were attempts by non-programmers to solve issues (Minor bugs), but none where more then simple modifications.
You are right about that and adding new functionality would be very good. As non-programmer I tried to modify things too, but it was mainly changing/adapting code from the v1.1 to v1.02. But it would be good to include things of v1.1 within v1.02.
We have to address two issues: The name as registered on the JED, and the domain name, as we use the Joomla work in it.
The first issue is done and 'unofficially' approved. We will only be 100% certain when we have registered the component on the JED, and we can only do that when the development of the first version is finished.
For the domain name we have to deal with OpenSourceMatters. I have filed a request more then 2 weeks ago. It seems they have quite a back-log of work (several months I was told).
If at all the product is finished before we have an answer about the domain name we can still list it, and move domains if we have to. I personally think there is a low risk.
Compare for instance the JCE extension (editor), hosted on joomlacontenteditor.net . Exactly similar situation.
About the development we have to wait a litte while longer for Edmond to report here. He's fallen ill, but he's recovering.
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