We’ve got ourselves a new SVN server up and running, marking the last of the previously widely outspread resources that has been moved to this domain. If you’re unsure what SVN is, then this message isn’t for you, and you should move along.
For those of you who do know what it is, how to use and and last but certainly not least, how dangerous it is, the address is: http://getk2.com/svn
Be aware, that if you go on there now and get the latest version, we’ve made some changes in the structure of the files.
Do not expect everything to work when you get from SVN!
And so I also got around to launching the new community forums, powered by vBulletin, graciously donated to us by Adam Dorrell (thank you!). I updated the license so we could get the latest version for some of the money donated by outstanding members of our fantastic community.
We had some money to spare, for which I bought a Mint license for getk2.com, so we can keep an eye on it. The rest of the money will go into a pool for future endeavors, like competitions or something.
Now go pop the cherry on the forum!
It’s been my intention to create a K2 dev blog for a long time now, but for some reason it never really happened. Well, thanks to the crew at Media Temple, K2 finally has a real home.
The effect of this is two-fold. On one hand it’ll be easier for both seasoned as well as new users to find what they need instead of having to dig their way into the recesses of my blog. And secondly I can finally segregate my personal (and quite inane) banter from K2-related stuff, which should make both me and I my reader happy.
So what’s the plan then?
Well first of all, the bug tracker has been moved onto this server. I’d like to thank Steven Owens for lending us his for the past many months.
And with that, Chris, Zeo and myself would like to welcome you to K2′s new home, put up your feet.
PS: We’re working on getting a new community forum up and running. Hopefully within a day or so.