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Friday, April 27, 2012

Finalist in the VI CUSL

I am really happy to announce that Cormoran project has been selected as a finalist of the VI CUSL along with three other projects: Nela, Daf-Collage and GeoTask.

Awards will be announced in the final phase of the contest, that will take place on 10 and 11 May in Seville, Spain. These days participants will present their projects to others participants and assistants. I will use my presentation to talk about the beginning of the project, how it is developed and the future plans for the project.

The final phase schedule will be published in a few days. UPDATE: The final phase schedule is already published.

Finally congratulations to the other finalists. See you there!

Sunday, February 19, 2012

Cormoran 0.1 is out!

We are so happy to announce that the first Cormoran version has been released in last hours! You can read the release notes for this version.

Also there are a basic tutorial to getting started with Cormoran.

Next week we will start planning the roadmap for version 0.2.

Finally thank everyone who made ​​this possible :)

Monday, February 13, 2012

Continuous integration with Travis

We recently started using Travis CI as continuous integration server for Cormoran. Travis is a distributed build system for the open source community used by projects like Ruby, Rails, Rubinius, Rubygems and a large number of open source projects.

Travis is integrated with GitHub and supports various programming languages like Ruby, Node.js or PHP. Although Travis doesn't support Python language it's possible to use it with Python projects. Here's how to do it ;)

Saturday, February 11, 2012

Cormoran 0.1 Roadmap

This week we had been working very hard to have as soon as possible an usable  version of Cormoran. There are only a few pending issues to release next version. You can find the roadmap here.

Hopefully next week we will announce the Cormoran 0.1 release :)

Monday, February 6, 2012

The CUSL and Twitter! (social #cusl)

In this year's CUSL edition has been added a new option in the projects data. Now, in addition to the blog, the RSS feed and the project code, you can add a twitter account for your project.

I think that is a great idea of the contest organizers. Any free and open