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Make it clearer that Dynamo is in maintenence mode

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Devin Torres
Devin Torres committed May 31, 2014
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As an experiment, Dynamo is as alpha-software as alpha gets. The main goal for Dynamo was to be a testbed for ideas and many of its APIs were extracted and improved into separated projects like [Plug](http://github.com/elixir-lang/plug).

Dynamo is currently in maintenance mode for those who are already using it in production. Developers who seek for an actively developed framework are recommended to look for other alternatives in Elixir or join the Dynamo team to make it happen.
**Dynamo is currently in maintenance mode for those who are already using it in production. Developers who seek for an actively developed framework are recommended to look for other alternatives in Elixir.**

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@stevedomin stevedomin replied Jun 3, 2014

Who's composing the Dynamo team @devinus? Only you atm, right?

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@devinus devinus replied Jun 4, 2014

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@jpgnotgif jpgnotgif replied Jun 4, 2014

Why is dynamo in maintenance mode?

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@mcb mcb replied Jul 22, 2015

@devinus Is there anything one could help, to make this active again?

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@devinus devinus replied Jul 22, 2015

@mcb Have you checked out the Phoenix framework?

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@mcb mcb replied Jul 22, 2015

@devinus Yes I have, and am not overly happy with it. I was always much happier with the simpler approach that dynamo took, which is why I am asking.

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@devinus devinus replied Jul 22, 2015

@mcb That's unfortunate, but I really don't think there's any reason to continue working on Dynamo with Phoenix available. Phoenix is not only maintained and well documented, but it uses Plug and core Elixir contributors all work on it.

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