Works on Open Power Template 2.1, the greatly extended successor of OPT 2.0 are almost finished. I know it was a long year, but finally we reach a point where we can plan our next steps and think, what to do next. The current package will be soon packed as OPT 2.1-BETA2, and the remaining functionality will appear as a part of the first Release Candidate.
Keyword - documentation
Monday, 01 November 2010
Wednesday, 08 July 2009
Welcome back after a short break. Although there were no summaries in the last month, Invenzzia projects are still active and maintained. We have released two new versions in June, and now we are reaching the moment of releasing... the first stable version of Open Power Template 2! Stay with us and read more about the progress and the current status of the projects.
Sunday, 08 February 2009
Our new wiki is available on-line now. I've been working for last few days to customize it and add the necessary extra functionality. However, there is still a lot to do. As you can notice, there must be added many technical templates, help pages and some navigation structure. I hope I'll manage to deal with it in the nearest days. The wiki is intended to keep community-driven materials on our open-source projects, as well as extra information on add-ons, such as framework ports. Feel free to share your solutions with everyone - you need only the discussion board account and some knowledge on MediaWiki syntax.
Saturday, 20 September 2008
Recently we found that developing Invenzzia projects in bilingual way was a big mistake. As you can probably see, the result is that for example OPL is now closed for programmers that do not live and work in Poland, even if it is a quite nice country with beautiful language. Since now, it is going to change. We understand that English language simply gives us more profits and we want to correct our mistakes. So, what changes are expected?
Wednesday, 02 July 2008
Together with eXtreme, we work hard to make the first release available as soon as possible and we are quite close now. This is a perfect opportunity to tell something more about this project, which should be appreciated by those programmers who write their own scripts and libraries and look for a smart tool to make a documentation. The idea to write TypeFriendly was born in my head after I failed to add some necessary things to the XSLT sheets for DocBook. The PHP manual shows, what could be done with it (syntax coloring, lots of different formats, enormous amount of tags), but don't become too happy too fast. To achieve similar effects, we need weeks of coding and we must also fight against the portability. In fact, I'd rather use those weeks to write something more useful and friendly.