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Friday 30 April 2010 3:20:53 pm - 5 replies

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Introduction

As disclosed in the Geneva sessions, eZ is now using SCRUM as our development methodology. One of the benefits of this is a working product after every sprint - and we are going to share them with the community

Monday 03 May 2010 10:28:02 am

Thank's for the alpha 4.4

1. small note:

ezie - php class filenames are not lowercase but should be (see ez coding styleguide)

Wednesday 05 May 2010 10:43:06 pm

Good work guys!

One question - does the included ezxmlexport extension differ in anyway to the version 1.0.0 downloadable from projects.ez.no? Is Paul Borgermans still the project lead for it?

I have been working heavily with this and data_import for some weeks because several things do not work well with it out of the box. Just wondering if any mods have been made since v1.0.0.

Cheers and keep up the fantastic work,
Russ

Thursday 06 May 2010 3:08:23 pm

Good work guys!

One question - does the included ezxmlexport extension differ in anyway to the version 1.0.0 downloadable from projects.ez.no? Is Paul Borgermans still the project lead for it?

I have been working heavily with this and data_import for some weeks because several things do not work well with it out of the box. Just wondering if any mods have been made since v1.0.0.

Cheers and keep up the fantastic work,
Russ

The ezxmexport extension is now able to output in various formats, which should make e.g. XSLT a lot simpler. Paul is the domain lead for certified extensions, and ezxmlexport is among them.

Monday 10 May 2010 2:52:39 pm

Thank's for the alpha 4.4

1. small note:

ezie - php class filenames are not lowercase but should be (see ez coding styleguide)

Thanks for the feedback. This will be solved in next sprint release(Fuji alpha2).

Monday 10 May 2010 4:40:42 pm

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