[Release Manager] Announcing the Fluid-0.1 release

Barbara Glover barbara.glover at utoronto.ca
Fri Nov 30 20:37:43 UTC 2007

Hi all,
I'd just like to say "well done" job to Fluid team on the release!   
And also, a "thank you" to Joseph for being the release manager.  I  
can imagine that is a tough job at times.


On 30-Nov-07, at 2:18 PM, Joseph Scheuhammer wrote:

> The Fluid team is proud to announce the first release of the Fluid
> component library.  It is ready for download from:
> http://fluidproject.org/index.php/downloads
> Included in this release are the Fluid Reorderer (a framework  
> library),
> the Lightbox component, other HTML examples, unit tests, the user
> experience toolkit, tutorials, and API documentation.
> This release is targeted at user interface designers and developers  
> who
> wish to allow users to rearrange meaningful parts of web pages using
> mouse-based drag-and-drop and functionally equivalent keyboard  
> commands.
> The Fluid components are dual licensed under ECL 2.0/BSD. See the  
> Fluid
> source code repository for the text of these licences:
> https://source.fluidproject.org/svn/LICENSE.txt
> The Fluid source code is also available for download from the  
> repository:
> https://source.fluidproject.org/svn/
> Feel free to use and experiment with Fluid v0.1, and, if you encounter
> any problems, let us know.  You can file bug reports at
> http://issues.fluidproject.org, or discuss issues on our mailing  
> lists,
> fluid-talk at fluidproject.org or fluid-work at fluidproject.org.
> Many thanks to everyone who helped with this release!
> -- 
> Joseph Scheuhammer, Fluid Project Release Manager
> Adaptive Technology Resource Centre
> University of Toronto
> 130 St. George Street
> Toronto, Ontario
> Canada M5S 3A1
> E-mail: clown at utoronto.ca
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