Forum: Ruby on Rails RoR Roadmap

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Joe at CodeGear (Guest)
on 2007-01-11 01:59
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I've been looking around for a "roadmap", something that shows planned
releases of RoR.  I'm working with RC2, and I'm curious what and when
there will be new releases.

Thanks,
Joe
Lori O. (Guest)
on 2007-01-19 17:30
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Hi Joe,

The Rails 1.2 release is "any day now".

From the Canada on Rails conference (Apr 2006), my notes on DHH's
presentation have:

They're working on Rails 1.1.x and would like to have 1.2.0 out before
the
> end of the year, and will do 2.0.0 at some unspecified future time.
>

How's that for a nebulous roadmap?  They've come pretty close to that
"before the end of the year" thing.   One of the important things about
Rails 2.0, is that it will have as much stuff removed as it will be
adding
new.  Stuff that crept into the core, which doesn't belong there, is
getting
booted out (will be available as plugins, just not in the core any
more).
In terms of the new additions to Rails 2.0, think "REST".

I suspect if you want to nail down more details, you'll have to attend
RailsConf this year, or start living on the "edge".

Regards, Lori
Joe at CodeGear (Guest)
on 2007-09-26 00:41
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Hi Lori,

Thanks for the input.  I'm "on the edge" already.  Some of my "friends
say I've been that way for years, but I think they are talking about
something else :)

I know 1.2 pulled stuff out too, like components.  Thumbs up to DHH for
being aggressive about doing "the right thing".
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