Extensible Release Candidate 1 Available!

I’m very pleased to announce the immediate availability of Extensible 1.0 RC1 for download. Now that Extensible is at RC status that means features are frozen and only bug fixes will be done between now and the final release (probably around the second week of February unless something major comes up). So far the calendar has been very stable, even since the alpha release days, and I’m excited that 1.0 final is just around the corner so that I can get back to adding new exciting features (ahem, recurrence…).

Speaking of new features, you might have noticed the little “feedback” link hanging around the left edge of the screen if you’ve visited the site recently. I’m evaluating the UserVoice service to accept feature requests in a structured way that will hopefully provide some kind of realistic weighting behind each request. The service gives you a handful of votes that you can allocate toward the ideas you consider to be most important, and if enough people request features and vote it should give a real sense of the community’s priorities.  Please give it a try and make your voice heard!

Just a reminder that the Extensible pre-release sale is still in full force, but only for a limited time.  Once 1.0 final is ready the sale will be over, so if you are still considering purchasing a 1.0 commercial license, now would be the perfect opportunity to save up to 27% off the regular price.  If you are interested, head on over to the store.

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2 Responses to Extensible Release Candidate 1 Available!

  1. Gabe says:

    Hi Brian,
    The feedback link currently gives a “503 Service Unavailable” Error.
    I am impressed by the calendar and am considering it for a project.
    Best regards

  2. Brian says:

    Hi Gabe, I’m assuming that was a temporary issue – it seems to be working OK now. Thanks!