Question: what's the future of this project/roadmap? #447

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rdwatters opened this Issue Oct 11, 2016 · 3 comments

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I just barely discovered this project through staticgen. It's a really cool concept, but it looks like there haven't been any commits or updates in months. Roadmap or plans?

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Hi @rdwatters

We are working with @jaredmorgs on the roadmap of the project. The project is not dead but i can't work as much as i want.

Here the project of the next version (0.7.0) https://github.com/HubPress/hubpress.io/projects/1

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anthonny commented Oct 11, 2016

Hi @rdwatters

We are working with @jaredmorgs on the roadmap of the project. The project is not dead but i can't work as much as i want.

Here the project of the next version (0.7.0) https://github.com/HubPress/hubpress.io/projects/1

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laposheureux Nov 2, 2016

Is there any plan to bundle changes into single commits? I've written and made edits to two posts so far (along with various config changes) and the repository now has 600+ commits. It appears every single file change is made as a unique commit instead of a batch of changes into a single commit (or a small number of commits).

Is there any plan to bundle changes into single commits? I've written and made edits to two posts so far (along with various config changes) and the repository now has 600+ commits. It appears every single file change is made as a unique commit instead of a batch of changes into a single commit (or a small number of commits).

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@laposheureux I think you'll find the way commits are batched in 0.7.0 to be much more efficient.

On my 90 post blog it used to take 4 minutes to rebuild the site after publishing. It now takes 40 seconds!

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jaredmorgs commented Mar 1, 2017

@laposheureux I think you'll find the way commits are batched in 0.7.0 to be much more efficient.

On my 90 post blog it used to take 4 minutes to rebuild the site after publishing. It now takes 40 seconds!

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