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Another 2 aniversaries

Even more silently another two aniversaries passed. But believe it or not, Karma is still active. We might even come up with some new sources in the near future!!

Posted by Hilbert Schraal 2007-01-08

1 year anniversary

Silently our 1 year anniversary on SF.net has passed. Activity has been minimal lately. However, development is going to continue in this year, strategy meetings are being planned, conference talks will be pursued and our first implementation is going to happen this year. So, keep watching this place!

Posted by Hilbert Schraal 2005-01-06

Karma 1.0 BETA 2 Releases

A lot of bugfixes. Much more stable.

Posted by Arjen Smedes 2004-10-06

Karma 1.0 BETA 1 Releases

We're at a stage now where only bugs will be fixed. No new features. Stay tuned !

Posted by Arjen Smedes 2004-09-20

1.0alpha 3 released.

The second alpha didn't prove to be very successful. Crucial resources were missing.

This alpha3 release is a serious one. It installs out of the box.

Posted by Hilbert Schraal 2004-09-13

Second alpha release.

Now with a nice installer and interactive bootstrapping.

Posted by Hilbert Schraal 2004-09-10

First alpha release!

Toolforge has released the first alpha release of karma-cli. The basic functionality is in place. Next time will try to add some documentation. ;)

Posted by Hilbert Schraal 2004-09-07

Toolforge welcomes a new developer

Chris: you're very much welcome.

Posted by Hilbert Schraal 2004-09-03

Things are starting to work here and there

There has been very active development lately. If you are really curious what this project is going to deliver (soon!!) you could try and check out the sources. Look at the documentation in the karma-core module (build this with 'maven site') for more information.

Posted by Hilbert Schraal 2004-07-27

Actively commiting code

We're actively commiting the code that we already wrote for Karma. This means that from now on Sourceforge will be our central repository and that some real development can start!

Posted by Hilbert Schraal 2004-02-03