Subtext goes to Google Code

Posted by: Code Climber, on 29 Mar 2009 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

Subtext finally leaves the SourceForge Hell and moves source code and issue tracking on Google Code. What does that mean for users? First of all that means that you won't have to fight with the bad user experience of SourceForge any more. Then, if you were reading and asking questions in the SF Forums, now you have to subscribe to the Subtext group on Google Groups. For the moment the latest stable version is still on SourceForge, version 2.1. Actually the really latest version (2.1.1) is available...

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