Guess what? We’re not dead, and we’re even working on Typo next minor release which should be 5.0.4.
Last week-end, we finally added tag administration, after integrating Cyril Mougel’s tag autocompletion. You can now edit tags, delete them, and you will soon be able to merge them.
We’ve also fixed some of the remaining bugs, leaving Typo with only 3 open bugs now. We now there’s still much to do, and we’ll run extensive tests to find remaining naughty bugs.
There is still lot to do and guess what ? You can even help us submitting patches (and tests, never forget tests).
We know how much our doc is outdated, and the next release will change this for 3 major docs:
- Typo user guide.
- Typo install guide.
- Typo theming guide.
If we had to find a single common point between our doc and our doc, it would certainly be not being up to date at all. Wordpress and Movable Type have evolved as we were evolving too, and converters were left aside since 4.0.
We now need to update these converters to reflect last Wordpress and Movale Type version, and allow people to switch from them to Typo. A migration doc should also be written.
Multiple users has been on our TODO list for a long time now, and is still slowly going its way. It will be made in 2 times : multiple users with profiles and grants, then per users settings for the whole blog.
More admin tweaking
I’m still unsatisfied with the current admin and plan to improve it a bit. I’ve asked a designer frend of mine to help make the current one cleaner while keeping it the way it is, which mostly implies CSS tweaks.
I also want the admin to be the simplest possible, following the Habari project path I really felt in love with in terms of usability.
And last but not least, more dashboard information.