We'd like to think that all these changes have been for the better, and that PostNuke has moved forward. Some of the more fundamental changes, the new PostNuke Software Foundation and the Steering Committee, stand PostNuke in good stead for rapid future development and evolution. A number of important projects will be completed at some point in the New Year, and we'd like to focus on two specific projects - the .8 release and the new PostNuke website.
The first major advancement next year will be a .8 'adam_baum' MS (milestone) release, some time in Q1. Although this release won't be feature complete, or even considered completely stable, it provides an opportunity for third party developers to examine the exciting new technology to be made available for .8, and signifies a moment when the .8 codebase is mature enough to run in a developmental environment. We'd expect this to be the first in a series of milestones and release candidates before we near a full, stable release of .8, but everyone agrees this is an important step forward.
Secondly, we aim to have a fully redesigned www.postnuke.com website published. For some time now, the current muti-site structure has been confusing to newer users and prevented us making available the right information to both new and established members of the community. This project is coming along very well, and while we don't have an estimated finish date yet, we will make available more information as the time draws nearer.
Finally, we'd all like to thank you for your continued support, and we hope you are looking as forward to the New Year as everyone in the PostNuke team.
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from the PostNuke Team