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K2 Forums Online Again!

Well that certainly wasn't the plan. Somehow 10 minutes became weeks of waiting for the PHP to be updated on the server. My own damn fault really, I could've checked the requirements before trying to upgrade. Oh well.

The forums are back up, sorry for the wait.

Forum Temporarily Down

In upgrading to the latest version of vBulletin, I hit a bit of a snag. Getk2.com is 0.0.1 version away from the mysql PHP requirements of the latest vBulletin. DOH!

An upgrade of the mysql PHP is in the works, but it might take up to a day or two. I'm very sorry for the inconvienience, but if it's any conselation, everything will be better when it's done.

Until then, you could always go work on that brand spanking new style, write some wiki documentation or file some bugs... :)

Update: We're on it! Any day now.

K2 0.9.1

Go download K2 v0.9.1, which fixes a number of bugs and is a recommended upgrade. Also available on the 0.9 tag of the subversion repository. This release is r150 on the main trunk for those interested.

Same procedure as last time James.

K2 0.9 Release

This release of K2 has been cleansed of all the bugs we know about. As such we consider this a 'stable release', which will go on to replace the ancient r167 release which has been doing the rounds for quite some time (and which is quite buggy actually). It is r113 in he current Subversion repository.

We will update this release with any necessary bug fixes on its own tag in our repository to keep it stable, while we move towards 1.0

The task now falls to you, our dear beloved user, to guide our hand to the chinks in its armor. There is bound to be something wrong somewhere, and we'd like nothing better than to carve it out and replace it with working parts.

This goes for everything from failing functionality to usability stupidity to 'ticks' and other minuscule oddness. The Issues database has a range of issues for milestone 1.0, please skim through those before you submit anything new.

Now please go download K2 0.9 and discuss away.

K2 plays in Sandbox

After having talked to Scott, I have ported Sandbox's semantic classes functions to K2. What this means is a hell of a lot more options for everyone to control their site via CSS and some changes in K2's CSS.

The reason for these changes is an agreement I made with Scott to try and keep our class names as close as possible, hopefully paving the way for other people to adopt the same class naming convention. That, and Sandbox's naming convention was better than ours in most respects.

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