Category: EFL

  • After three month of pleasure and pain, version 1.14 of the Enlightenment Foundation Libraries has finally been released. This is the sixth release I’ve managed as well as the sixth release to follow our time based release schedule. How We Got Here We aim for two months of development and one month of final stabilization. This can get problematic if we find problems late in the process, so we allow for some leeway here regarding the final release. We try to keep the delay within a week, and for 1.14 we have been two days late while chasing some of the bugs we considered to be show stoppers. Setting such a short release cycle helps our users get quicker access to the newest features and fixes, and after 18 months of following this schedule, we seem to have found a good balance. To be successful with such a rapid release […]

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  • Open Source Weekly Wrap Up: May 2 – 8, 2015 Enlightenment Foundation Libraries 1.14 Released After three months of development, Enlightenment Foundation Libaries (EFL) 1.14 has been released. EFL is a set of free and open source graphics libraries that are used to construct user interfaces for a variety of products, including TV’s, mobile devices, wearable electronics, and desktop systems. In 12 weeks the project had over 1200 commits from 77 authors – nearly double the number from the previous release. This release includes numerous bug fixes, code optimization for better speed with a smaller memory footprint, as well as new features for many of the components including Elementary, Evas, and Emotion. We’ll feature a more detailed post on this development next week. Read More at the EFL Official Announcement Open Source Helps Rebuild Nepal’s Historic Sites The 7.9 magnitude earthquake last week in Nepal has put many of the […]

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