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Sliced Bread Delay

Sliced Bread will delay development while the main programmer researchs this Geronimo package being made by Apache. Features will be "borrowed" if Sliced Bread deams it fit (on the other hand other features will not be borrowed).

Don't worry about Sliced Bread not being a distinct project. It will be independant.

Posted by Jamie A Payne 2005-10-28

Documentation will be getting written shortly

For all three of you who care, Sliced Bread documentation is going to start being written. Mostly due to the leader learning about "Project Management"

Pssh... and you thought the project tanked already... the horse has not been beaten into baby pablem yet! ^_^

Posted by Jamie A Payne 2005-10-13

Gloria package created

Incase you may or may not have noticed, there is now a new package called gloria. It is covered in the project's document manager. There may be more Gloria suite software releases in the future (hopefully)

Posted by Jamie A Payne 2004-12-29

Documentation is going up

I need to pull an all nighter here... again. The deadline is Monday, January 12, 2004, 09:00 MST for atleast the engine to be functional, and have atleast one demo for it.

Posted by Jamie A Payne 2004-01-12

Another release is coming soon

This release should technically cover protoversions 2, 3 and a little of 4. The only thing stopping it is SQL errors.

Posted by Jamie A Payne 2003-04-04

Finally, another release

<p>You thought this project was dead, and that was if you even cared about it. Well, now I have released Protoversion 2 version 1.9. I might put documents up on how to use PV2 v1.9, but then I might not as there will be a major advancement for PV2 v2.0. This major advancement was around for PV2 v0.x (which was never finished for the rewrite to PV2 v1.9), and will be added. This advancement is web updatability. The advancement to PV2 v2.1 will allow for commenting on resources. There will also be mixed goodies thrown in here and there with the next two minor version updates.</p>

Posted by Jamie A Payne 2002-11-29

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