I noticed this morning that the Subversion (aka svn) repository is down and just now noticed that the downloads at Novell Forge are also down.
This is preventing any downloads or svn checkouts at the moment, sorry for any inconvenience. I'm not sure how long it will be down but I do know they are aware of it and working on the problem.
I'll post again once I know its back up and running.
Update 10/28/2006 9:07 PM The file downloads on Novell Forge are working again but svn is still down
Update 11/2/2006 svn is now working but only for those with commit access using ssh, hopefully anonymous https access will be working again sometime today. Here are the ssh instructions but this only works for those with commit access:
Generate a key pair for your Novell Forge login as indicated in the instructions here
then upload your public key
then configure your plink path in tortoise using the -i pathtoyourkey and it should work.
From the File Menu in Windows Explorer I went to TortoiseSVN > Settings, click on Network node
In the SSH Client setting I had
but after changing it to
C:\Program Files\TortoiseSVN\bin\TortoisePlink.exe -i C:\pathtomyprivatekey.ppk
Friday, October 27, 2006 10:42:28 AM
I've completed my move to Charlotte. Still doing some unpacking and settling in but I have my machines all up and running and getting back to some mojoPortal development. I still haven't closed on my house in TN so I have to go back probably for a day sometime next week.
I'm still currently working full time for Integration Management of Brentwood TN until November 15. After that I will still be doing some work for them but mainly launching Source Tree Solutions so I can devote more time to advancing mojoPortal. I'm very excited and full of ideas to take mojoPortal to the next level.
Wish I could have made it up to the Mono Meeting but at least got to watch some of it thanks to the guys at Mono-Cast.
Thursday, October 26, 2006 5:28:13 PM
Checkout the new Mono-Cast site, I just listened to the first episode after reading about it in C.J. Adams-Collier's blog post.
Was very happy to find that the latest release of mojoPortal was mentioned in the show.
The first episode is about 8 or 9 minutes long and definitely worth a listen. I already can't wait for the next episode.
Sunday, October 15, 2006 8:33:27 AM
I've been continuing to polish things up before my push into the next major features so lately its been little incremental releases.
Release 2.1.4 is now available on the download page
There are no database schema or stored procedure changes, 2.1.4 is the same in the db as 2.1.2 and 2.1.3. (and 2.1.2 only had stored procedure changes since 2.1.1)
Added new Setup page for initial data creation. It will give a warning if the Data folder is not writable and won't allow data creation until this is configured correctly. This also
ensures no partial data gets created which was happening for some users before. It would create the home page but then error out on writing a module cache dependency file which would prevent the rest of the pages from being created.
Implemented new SiteMap feature and added SiteMapLink to skin layout.Master files, you can see the Site Map link at the bottom of this page
Implemented Skip Links navigation in skins for improved accessibility
Implemented PageMenuControl and 2 sample skins splitmenu1 and splitmenu2 which illustrate using 2 menus, a top horizontal menu with just one level and per page vertical menu for pages with child pages. This would be good for a top horizontal main menu with just a few items, but rather than a dynamic menu dropping down, there is a second menu on the left side for sub pages of the selected main menu item. These skins aren't very pretty, I just modified a couple of the existing skins to show the mechanics of using the split menu. I'm sure with a little CSS love they could look a lot better.
Moved DatePicker .js files from ClientScript to ClientScript/DatePicker
Fixed bug where button labels were blank on ChangePassword page if not using shortcut keys
Fixed bug in Forum Notification Subscription manager, button events had become unhooked from some recent change
Fixed bug in MySQL/SQLite Data layers where Forum unsubscribe was broken due to incorrect sql
Maybe fixed bug in Search that was happening occassionally on this site, couldn't produce error on dev machine
Fixed issue where login from forum would not clear ssl on redirect
Fixed issue with using Forums module on home page caused bad links when the .aspx pages was not part of the url, ie using the default document for /
As always be sure and back up your site and db before doing an upgrade and post in the forums if you need help getting mojoPortal working.
Monday, October 02, 2006 4:50:09 PM