Unfortunately, we have to announce the end of ChiliProject. This might not come as a surprise for people following the GitHub repository or this blog as there were indeed no new releases or even commits for quite some time.
We have now faced the inevitable truth that we, the current developers of ChiliProject, are no longer able to maintain the current code base or develop new features for ChiliProject. Thus, we believe it is necessary to shutdown the project and make it clear that there will be no further updates in any way to ChiliProject.
While the current website on chiliproject.org is still available, we have removed the possibility for changes. Going forward, we will provide a static version of the wiki and a dump of the current issue list. Furthermore, we have closed all outstanding pull requests on GitHub.
We are very thankful for the support we have received over the years from all of you. I’m sorry we have to let you down. Should anyone be willing to step up and continue to maintain ChiliProject, please contact either Holger or Felix.
In order to continue using your project management systems, we recommend that you migrate to a currently maintained system, e.g. Redmine. As a last update, we plan to provide a migration script to move your existing ChiliProject data to Redmine. In the meantime, you could use one of the community-provided scripts, e.g. the instructions by Christian Daehn of ASinteg GmbH.
So Long, and Thanks For All the Fish!
ChiliProject.org will be migrated to a new host starting Tuesday 29-05-2012 11:00 UTC, the site might be unavailable for minutes at a time, please plan accordingly. You might experience some connection issues for a few hours until the DNS update has propagated through the network. Please contact us (for example on Twitter: @ChiliProject) should any problems persist.
Our thanks go to Muntek Singh (aka Khalsa/@SikhNerd) for providing the hosting for ChiliProject.org since its launch 16 months ago!
Update (28-05-2012): we had to move the host migration from 6:30 UTC to 11:00 UTC, sorry for any inconvenience this might cause. The above post has been updated accordingly.
Update (29-05-2012): the migration went through smoothly and the DNS records should be updated now, please contact us if you still notice strange things, thanks!
We have a development meeting planned for tomorrow March 18th at 1600 UTC in IRC
You can read about how the meetings are run here.
The topic list for tomorrow’s meeting is on this page and is mostly focused around the 2.0 release. The meetings generally last 1 to 2 hours, depending on the agenda and attendees. Please do all possible to adjust your schedule to be able to attend the meeting in it’s entirety.
If you’ve never been on IRC, please come early so we can help you out, some more information on IRC is on this page.
If you’re going to attend, please add yourself to the attendees list. Even if you don’t have a lot to add right now, we would love to have you!