[ANN] zena 0.15.0 gem release

First public release for zena, the CMS with super natural powers !

zena is a Ruby on Rails CMS with a focus on usability, ease of
customization and web 2.0 goodness.

More information on this release: http://bit.ly/1CR0lW

Please note that this release is not a 1.0 (end of beta) because we are
going to make some heavy changes to the templating language (zafu).

Gaspard


Changelog:

  • 5 major enhancements:

    • running rails 2.3.4
    • installable as gem without RMagick
    • usable as gem with config.gem
    • supports sqlite3
    • ‘zena’ command to create app
  • 3 minor enhancemnts:

    • huge speed improvement in version loading
    • massive code cleanup
    • better team workflow (reworked access rights)

On Thu, Oct 15, 2009 at 6:17 PM, Gaspard B. [email protected] wrote:

First public release for zena, the CMS with super natural powers !

zena is a Ruby on Rails CMS with a focus on usability, ease of
customization and web 2.0 goodness.

More information on this release: http://bit.ly/1CR0lW

You’re not gonna announce every single minor release on this list are
you? Didn’t you just announce this yesterday?

On Fri, Oct 16, 2009 at 8:23 AM, Greg D. [email protected] wrote:

On Thu, Oct 15, 2009 at 6:17 PM, Gaspard B. [email protected] wrote:

First public release for zena, the CMS with super natural powers !

zena is a Ruby on Rails CMS with a focus on usability, ease of
customization and web 2.0 goodness.

More information on this release: http://bit.ly/1CR0lW

You’re not gonna announce every single minor release on this list are
you? Â Didn’t you just announce this yesterday?

You might remember wrong, there are no announcements in my inbox about
zena for the last year.
The last one I have is: http://www.ruby-forum.com/topic/167502

Michael F. wrote:

You might remember wrong, there are no announcements in my inbox about
zena for the last year.
The last one I have is: http://www.ruby-forum.com/topic/167502

DOH!!!


Greg D.
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