Over the weekend I wanted to start getting to grips with our personal finances. Where does all the money go eh?
I ended up launching a new free utility for The Co-operative Bank customers.
A couple of days ago I launched the Resources 1.2 Kickstarter project. The project is to resolve at least 46 issues in the Resources plugin and complete a final 1.2 release of it along with much improved test coverage and updates to some related plugins (see Kickstarter for exhaustive details).
We’ve already hit 10% funding in less than two days, with less than thirty backers. I know at least 110 people were prepared to buy the Resources LeanPub book (if it gets made) so there’s a lot more people out there interested in supporting this work with funds.
Last week saw a couple of Rails vulnerabilities announced relating to binding parameters from requests. When such announcements come up I always try to apply the same thinking to Grails to make sure we are not affected too. There’s nothing worse than chuckling at yet another exploit in another framework and then being hit by it yourself.
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