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A month passed after last commit

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Codeigniter was one of the top ten projects in Github once. But now its been a month passed after the last Commit. So the project is dying slowly are we are looking it. Sad
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(05-24-2018, 09:23 AM)ranjithsiji Wrote: Codeigniter was one of the top ten projects in Github once. But now its been a month passed after the last Commit.  So the project is dying slowly are we are looking it.  Sad
no words...
https://github.com/bcit-ci/CodeIgniter4/commits/develop
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#3
That;s kind of off the wall, both versions 3 and 4 of CodeIgniter are being updated and commits made.
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(05-24-2018, 09:53 AM)Paradinight Wrote:
(05-24-2018, 09:23 AM)ranjithsiji Wrote: Codeigniter was one of the top ten projects in Github once. But now its been a month passed after the last Commit.  So the project is dying slowly are we are looking it.  Sad
no words...
https://github.com/bcit-ci/CodeIgniter4/commits/develop

Yes.

this was happened on Aug 27, 2015

We are still in pre-alpha. Sad
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(05-24-2018, 10:31 AM)InsiteFX Wrote: That;s kind of off the wall, both versions 3 and 4 of CodeIgniter are being updated and commits made.

Yes. I know but where I can say this other than here.
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@ran
(05-24-2018, 11:25 AM)ranjithsiji Wrote: this was happened on Aug 27, 2015

We are still in pre-alpha. Sad

You're right. It takes a while for basically one person to rewrite a framework from scratch. Especially when it's a volunteer job that they've given up hundreds if not thousands of hours of their own personal time for. I don't make money from this. I don't have a company providing work time to build out the framework like other frameworks have had. There's no corporate funding anywhere on this project. Heck, I've had 3 ideas for potentially profit-generating sites I'd love to build in those 2.5 years, but haven't had the time because I've been working on this. I've even considered stopping development on it since I don't use it in my day job anymore, but i haven't because it's something I committed to back then, even if I had no idea when I started it would be primarily me. But that's how it has worked out.

Just because the project started 2.5 years ago, doesn't make it ok to start the thread with an easily-verifiable lie. Really not cool.

If you'd like to see it get done faster, please contribute. If you'd like it not to "die slowly", please contribute - and convince others to contribute.

And please don't take this wrong. I'm very appreciative of everyone that has contributed already. There are several that have made huge contributions to the project. I just needed to take a moment and vent, since I haven't the other 1/2 dozen times people have complained.
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(05-24-2018, 11:26 AM)ranjithsiji Wrote:
(05-24-2018, 10:31 AM)InsiteFX Wrote: That;s kind of off the wall, both versions 3 and 4 of CodeIgniter are being updated and commits made.

Yes. I know but where I can say this other than here.

Instead of griping about the lack of progress, you **could** always dig in & contribute yourself, helping to further the framework Angel

[Edit: I see that Lonnie & I are on the same page Smile]
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(05-24-2018, 12:52 PM)kilishan Wrote: You're right. It takes a while for basically one person to rewrite a framework from scratch. Especially when it's a volunteer job that they've given up hundreds if not thousands of hours of their own personal time for. I don't make money from this. I don't have a company providing work time to build out the framework like other frameworks have had. There's no corporate funding anywhere on this project.  Heck, I've had 3 ideas for potentially profit-generating sites I'd love to build in those 2.5 years, but haven't had the time because I've been working on this. I've even considered stopping development on it since I don't use it in my day job anymore, but i haven't because it's something I committed to back then, even if I had no idea when I started it would be primarily me. But that's how it has worked out.

Just because the project started 2.5 years ago, doesn't make it ok to start the thread with an easily-verifiable lie. Really not cool.

If you'd like to see it get done faster, please contribute. If you'd like it not to "die slowly", please contribute - and convince others to contribute.

And please don't take this wrong. I'm very appreciative of everyone that has contributed already. There are several that have made huge contributions to the project. I just needed to take a moment and vent, since I haven't the other 1/2 dozen times people have complained.

Yes, I Know the problem of writing a whole framework by a single person. I am using Codeigniter from 2007 for various projects. Contribute to Codeigniter was in mind a lot of times. But don't know where to start, what are the procedures, what happen if something has gone wrong. If you can help me and my friends to start at some point we are ready to do the work.

I am a freelancer doing projects for money from a third world country India (Here Money got very less value and must do more work to live). Working with Codeigntier in various projects (because it is lightweight, easy to get things done). Will try to keep it running.

If my words got a bad feeling don't take it very seriously.
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#9
The CodeIgniter 4 user guide has an entire section on contributing to the framework... https://bcit-ci.github.io/CodeIgniter4/c...index.html

The "issues" on the CodeIgniter 4 repository, specifically those with a "help wanted" label, show what is needed or planned ... https://github.com/bcit-ci/CodeIgniter4/issues
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#10
In regards to CI3, I guess I don't understand how such a mature framework could be considered dead just because recent commit activity is low. If there are no bugs, and if everything works great, then are changes necessary just to ensure that people don't have anxiety issues?
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