11 Sep 2012 1:46 PM #1
RSS feed for beta updates?
Is there a RSS feed that announces beta releases of Sencha Touch (and other Sencha products)? If not, it would be a nice thing to have, so we don't need to keep checking the forums.
13 Sep 2012 5:48 AM #2
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I also agree that we need to do some sort of notification for these releases. Things have been quite busy around here so I haven't been able to do anything about it.
So let's discuss. I don't think RSS would be good as it wouldn't get to everyone, only those who want to use RSS. Can do Private Messages and people will also get an email at that point.
When you sign up, there is a field to get release updates so I will be using that when I get around to notify people.
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13 Sep 2012 6:21 AM #3
If you added them all to a single thread, we could just subscribe to that thread, and get the notification emails when it's updated.
3 Nov 2012 5:59 AM #4
Any action on this? I like the thread idea. We wouldn't have to wait for you to code anything - you could do this today. One thread for each product, plus another thread each for the betas. People can subscribe/unsubscribe to them as they wish. And if they're stickies in each appropriate form, it makes it easy for newbies to find the product.
It'd be a be a good place to start. Later you could add some automation that ties into your build release process to update the threads automatically so you don't forget.
13 Nov 2012 8:21 AM #5
1. We are attempting to have all templates in 6 include responsive design. There wil be no such thing as a mobile template -- all templates work everywhere natively.
2. SFTP access for development is deployed in the beta currently.
3. Calendar is not a primary focus, but can quickly follow due to a re-modeled data architecture. We view a calendar as a journal with shifted presentation and an "end date".
4. We are not focusing on forums right now, but since the commenting system and login systems are rewritten, this will be a logcal next step.
5. This is not a focus for us right now.
6. This is not a focus for us right now, but you can definitely write/integrate something given the level of code access you have in V6.
7. What sort of files, are these podcasts?
8. Not a focus for the initial launch, but obviously something we're accounting for addressing at some point.
13 Nov 2012 9:11 AM #6
I think you may have replied to the wrong thread.