Tuesday, June 20, 2006

3.0 is out the door, and I am in Barcelona

We released Magnolia 3.0 today, and simultaneously migrated our website. The new website is awesome if I may say so myself, of course created with the new Template Designer we ship as part of the Enterprise Edition.

The site is featuring on its homepage a photo I did 2 years ago on the other side of the world. (guess which one ;-))

I have said so many things about Magnolia 3.0 on magnolia.info (about 100 pages of content currently published that I have written) that I won't repeat anything here. Well, one thing maybe: its featuring John's OpenWFE - this is a big step, the foundation of a system that will be amazingly in its applications. We have done many interesting things with it in the last 2 years, and I am very happy to see it move into Magnolia. Thank you John!

Finally, amongst all the crazyness, I flew to Barcelona right in the middle of the release, posting the news to all the web from my hotel room now. I'll be presenting Magnolia at the TSS Java Symposium - see you there!

1 comment:

  1. Very interesting article. I have been to this great and wonderful city two times. This is one of my favorite cities to just wander around. It's generally very safe and clean, and the architecture of Gaudi among many other great Catalan architects, is wonderful to look at. I still have to meet the first person that has visited Barcelona and has not fallen in love with this city. Without a doubt this is the greatest place (with people in it) that I have visited so far.