It’s been a little while since I’ve done this, but I’ve updated the “official” Known build to the latest version.
This fixes a bunch of issues since the 1.0.0 release last year. Much of which is back end and API related, but there’s still plenty to be getting stuck in to. I’ve largely been setting the groundwork for future development, but there’s a lot that’s moved on since that release, so it’s good to encourage people to get the latest code!
For a start, there’s functional OAuth and OpenID Connect support built in.
I’ve done a fair amount to improve stability of the installer, as well as do some fairly important improvements to the underlaying data model.
Time permitting, I hope that the next release will be a little more front end focussed. Splitting off templates into their own repository, updating themes and doing more work to make the API more consumable.
Of course, as per usual, back up your data and database before upgrading!
Go get Known here!
Well, the clocks have gone back, and the nights are drawing in. If you’re anything like me, this means you just want to find somewhere warm to curl up in until spring.
But before you do, I would just like to point you to the fact that Known 1.0 is finally out of the door!
It’s been a long journey to get to this point, but I’m delighted to finally get to a point where we can draw a line in the sand.
Crack open the beverage of your choice, and go download Known 1.0 now!
It has now been almost a year since the last official release binary for Known.
While development has been ongoing, and updates largely incremental via Github, I know that this has caused some confusion for folk. So, while we wait for the official release from the core project devs, I’ve started putting out some unofficial releases.
These releases are pretty much just a periodic snapshot of what’s on github, but my hope is that these packages will make it easier for folk who are uncomfortable tracking github master.