Eugene Lazutkin | 25 Jul 19:00 2014

New Open Source WebStorm license for committers

Once again JetBrains has renewed our license for WebStorm (http://www.jetbrains.com/webstorm/). All
committers and contributors, who use it to work on Dojo, are eligible. Please email me requests, and I will
forward you a license. I suggest to use your  <at> dojotoolkit email --- that's the only sure way for me to know,
who is a committer or a contributor, unless I know you personally.

This license is for open source work only. If you want to use WebStorm for commercial projects (with Dojo or
without Dojo), please buy a commercial license, which is inexpensive, and don't need to be renewed annually.

Cheers,

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Colin Snover | 28 Jul 18:50 2014

Safari version support

Hi,

The release notes for 1.10 state that Safari 5/6 on desktop are still
officially supported, but I’m not aware of ongoing testing of these
browsers and their global usage according to StatCounter is 0.76% each
(7-day average, mobile inclusive). Is this an error, and they should be
removed from official support like IE6/7?

Thanks,

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Kenneth Benjamin | 14 Jul 15:56 2014
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Have time & want to contribute

Hi all,

 

Unfortunately, my latest venture hasn’t worked out financially for me and I’m out looking for contract Dojo / JavaScript / web / Lotus Domino development work. In the meantime, I have some time to get involved and make a contribution to the Toolkit.

 

Ideally, I’d like to work on something related to 2.0 but I’m open to other ideas. I think I could be useful in most aspects of the toolkit but there are a few areas I don’t feel qualified to tackle such as the innards of the builder, loader, or graphics systems. Also, I’d like to have an experienced contributor review my work, provide constructive criticism, and make sure I’m following the guidelines properly.

 

So how can I help?

 

Thanks,

Ken Benjamin

 

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Dylan Schiemann | 16 Jun 16:14 2014

Dojo turns (1.)10

The official announcement is at
http://dojotoolkit.org/blog/dojo-turns-1-10 , so please share the news,
and of course download and try out the release.

As you can probably tell by the title, we've also recently passed our 10
year anniversary as a project. Thanks for your help and interest over
the past 10 years, every little bit helps Dojo continue to improve.

When we started Dojo, I had no idea if anyone would care about Dojo or
JavaScript, and I certainly had no idea Dojo would grow the way it did,
being used in so many large scale applications, or that I would even be
talking about Dojo 10 years later.

I'm very humbled and honored to have worked with so many great people
over the past decade. Thank you for your help, support, and when
necessary, caring enough to disagree in order to make things better.

Regards,
-Dylan

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Colin Snover | 13 Jun 19:03 2014

1.10.0 build in progress

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o0YWRXJsMyM

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Bill Keese | 12 Jun 22:45 2014

time for 1.10 release

At the weekly meeting yesterday we said it was time for the 1.0 release after I checked in one fix to dijit.  I checked in that fix yesterday.

Jared filed https://bugs.dojotoolkit.org/ticket/18088 and marked it as "blocker" but AFAICT it's not a regression.
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Bill Keese | 4 Jun 23:27 2014

built reference doc

I've spent the last few days struggling to clean up and generate the 1.10 reference doc (see https://github.com/dojo/docs/commits/master and https://github.com/phiggins42/rstwiki/commits/master).  I think I finally got it working.   

We actually have to regenerate all versions of the references doc so that the version drop down list for Dojo 1.7 etc. includes an option for 1.10.   That made me realize that currently the generated reference doc is mostly checked into the (private) website SVN, but version 1.9 is in Kitson's github repository (linked via svn:external), which AFAIK I don't even have write access to.   So I think our two choices are either:

- put all the generated reference doc into the private website SVN
- make a "built-reference-doc" (or some other name) repository under https://github.com/dojo.

Dylan, do you have a thought?   I need to check this in within the next few days so that we can do the release.

The second option would allow people to download the doc for offline viewing, but it wouldn't be trivial because they would need to download dojo separately and put it in the _static/ folder (_static is a sibling of the reference-guide/ folder, not a child)  [Eventually though] maybe we could switch reference-guide to be self contained.

Note that the source (markdown) for the reference doc is already in https://github.com/dojo/docs.   I am merely talking about the built (i.e. HTML) version.


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Christophe Jolif | 4 Jun 13:15 2014
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dgauges regression

Hi all,

During our testing we found what is a blocking regression for dgauges (https://bugs.dojotoolkit.org/ticket/18068)

We do think this must be fixed for the release however as this is scoped to dgauges I don't really think this is worth another RC as soon as this ends up in the release build.

Opinions? 

If there is no objection to proceed this way, I will commit the fix (actually update the submodule reference to the commit that contains the fix) and we will be good on our side so far for the release, except if we found another problem until next week obviously.

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Colin Snover | 3 Jun 17:03 2014

Dojo Foundation projects now eligible under Google Patch Rewards program

Hi everyone,

I’m happy to announce that Dojo Foundation projects are now eligible
under Google’s open-source patch rewards program
<https://www.google.com/about/appsecurity/patch-rewards/>. Patch authors
submitting security-sensitive patches to the Dojo Toolkit or other Dojo
Foundation projects are now eligible for cash rewards from Google, from
$500 up to $10,000. Please review the link above for full program rules
and guidelines.

Serious security issues for the Dojo Toolkit should always be reported
directly to <dojo-sec <at> mail.dojotoolkit.org>.

Cheers,

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Dylan Schiemann | 3 Jun 12:46 2014

Dojo community day Switzerland reminder

Just a quick reminder that we're hosting an informal Dojo community day
in Switzerland on July 5th. Full details and free registration are
available at
http://dojotoolkit.org/blog/dojo-community-day-july-5-near-zurich

We're considering similar events later this year in San Jose, London,
and Ottawa. We'll send out more details for those events once we have
more information to share.

Regards,
-Dylan

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Colin Snover | 1 Jun 00:39 2014

1.10 RC build in progress

Please consider repositories frozen until the next email. Thanks!

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