ccPublisher 1.0 is out. It’s not a perfect release, but I’m fairly pleased with it. I’m even more excited, though, about getting started with the post 1.0 task list. Where ccPublisher 1.0 grew out of ccTag (and grew and grew and grew), I’ve been thinking a lot about how the project should work lately, and think I have some good ideas. The hardest part, of course, was making myself wait to implement them until post-1.0.
As promised to some users, I’ve been working on Linux builds of ccPublisher. You can get them now at SourceForge.net, although I haven’t done much testing on them. All I can really say right now is that they have all the necessary files, but there may be lingering path problems. Additionally, they don’t create any sort of desktop icon right, so that’d be a nice improvement.
So what can you look forward to in the near future? A 1.0 post-mortem (what I did right, what I totally fucked), “official” Linux builds (including Gnome desktop support, at least), and last but not least, a more detailed roadmap with my future plans. I’ll be working from CC’s San Francisco office the first week of next year, so I’m hoping that will help firm up the latter.