I have decided to take the plunge headfirst with git. Im really digging the distributed nature of it and the fact that I can make small commits to my local repo, then squash them into one atomic commit and push that to the master. It seems to really fit my workflow better.
I have been promising several of you that I would open the SVN repo back up for public read-only access for some time now. After Mark Mandel prodded me a bit, I finally took half an hour and moved the repository over to my own server and set public access on it. I cant promise that the latest revisions are 100% working but you can now checkout from the repo and play around with all of the latest stuff. I have migrated all of the latest changes up to the public site at http://swkeegee.com so you can click around over there as well.
Well, its finally here! The first public release of Skweegee has been posted to the Riaforge project site. Version 0.4.0 has been in private beta for just over 2 weeks and I feel like its finally ready for public consumption. Keep in mind that its still a little early on so there are some obvious functions missing but it is very usable. The biggest thing missing is the wiki, since I decided to pull it from this release, but will be added back in by the 0.5.0 release.Skweegee.com is running the 0.
In my last post I mentioned that I would be putting up a beta sign-up form for Skweegee. Well, that time has come. At long last! Im going to keep the number of testers in the private beta very limited, so dont wait! And please, if you dont have time to test and submit feedback and bugs, dont sign up. You will end up taking the spot of someone who has the time and willingness to help. As of right now, Im planning to kick the beta off next week sometime. As the time grows closer, I will update those selected with the exact date the release file will be available