I’ve been trying my absolute hardest to build up enough hubris to birth at least one extra update to this blog in between the bi-annual posts, but it’s been really difficult, but this is not the time for excuses; it’s the time for information!
So, one of the big issues that people have been raising in various awesome and not so awesome places is that my frighteningly wordy blog post updates are just not easy enough to read or decipher, so people don’t actually know what Meteor is. Well, I’ve done my absolute best to slice through the HTML/CSS doldrums to create the following piece of monochromatic “web art”:
This will be the best spot to find out everything you need to know about Meteor and will eventually (when it’s ready to go) have the support and the service installer update pages. While that place is a great spot to go and check out, there are some notes to point out:
- Aiming for a release at the end of March/early April
- We want to get at least the service installer out to test before release but there is a possibility of getting the client out to test as well
- We really want to get people involved in testing if they want to, but it may take another couple of weeks before this happens
Before I sign off, I wanted to throw out some links that I think are good to check out if you’re interested in Meteor.
Firstly – Twitter stuff:
Secondly – there’s a cool thread on The Green Button that has lots of info and discussion about Meteor in it. Worth a read!