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Thursday 24 January 2008 at 13:29 PM
Archived articles implemented, plugin-gathering mission is a go.
Monday 3 December 2007 at 04:01 AM
Main items on the Pending list involve repairing or removing broken links and collecting orphaned plugins. Will also be “archiving” those articles/plugins that have become outdated due to new built-in txp tags or for other reasons. You (anyone reading this) can help by pointing out articles that need repair and instances that should be archived…
Monday 6 November 2006 at 23:30 PM
Welcome. Textpattern Resources version 2 is now open.
Ruud and I worked around the clock these past couple weeks (let alone the weeks before that… and there were many many weeks before that….) to get this together, and while it could use more polishing in some spots, it’s certainly a vast improvement over the old site and it’s fully functioning at this point (and the 5% of you using IE will just have to help us make the necessary CSS fixes to get that up to snuff). Special thanks to Hakjoon and Variaas, and to the many individuals who offered various solutions or encouragements along the way.
Sorry for the delays… here it is.
Thanks again to those who left comments and IMs and emails of encouragement…they make a big difference. ‘hope you like the site.
Site is still open for use
Monday 30 October 2006 at 18:52 PM
*Update: as of November 6, 2006, the new site has been launched which means textpattern.org is fully open and articles may be added and edited at will.
From now until the new site is launched, there will be no editing of articles or adding new ones.
This means you cannot log into the admin side, but the site will still be up and available.
Monday 30 October 2006 at 01:40 AM
I know everyone was expecting an update to Textpattern Resources on Monday, but unfortunately the release will be delayed. I spoke with Alicson today and due to medical concern she will not be able to get the site up by Monday. She was adamant about maintaining her launch schedule, but with the shape that she was in I had to reinforce to her that her health is more important. The new site will launch soon; that much I can promise. I apologize for the delay, but I appreciate everyone’s understanding. For any questions, feel free to follow up with me at firstname.lastname@example.org.~ Amit