2016 Pony Community Survey


Hi all,

In an attempt to serve the community better, we've created a survey that we plan to run yearly called "State of the Stable" wherein we hope to learn more about the Pony community.

Please take a few minutes to answer the survey as it will help guide us as we grow Pony.

Thanks, Sean

Raw "State of the Stable" Results


Hi all,

Thanks to all of you who took part in our first Pony community survey. I'm going to be doing a write up with a bit of analysis in the next few days. In the meantime, here's the "raw" results:


State of the Stable write up published


Hi all,

The writeup of the 2016 State of the Stable survey is up and online. Thanks for participating!


New Pony Users' Group. Attend from anywhere!


Hi all,

A lot of people expressed interest via the State of the Stable survey in a Users' Group in their area. That seems unlikely to happen anytime soon so I'm starting a Virtual Users Group. You can join by visiting and signing up. I'm aiming to have the first meeting be sometime in April. See you there!


Re: A note to committers about releases


Wrong list. 

Sorry everyone.

On Sun, Aug 28, 2016 at 11:53 AM, Sean T. Allen <sean@...> wrote:

One small thing we messed up post 0.3.0 release:

After Kevin cut the release, PRs were merged without updating the CHANGELOG, so for example...

The cpu pinning PR its listed as being in 0.3.0 but it is actually still unreleased. Once a release is done, all outstanding PRs need to have CHANGELOG updated to move to the new [unreleased] section.

Additionally, some items that didnt need a CHANGELOG entry would now need CHANGELOG entries because they become enhancements or bug fixes for a now released feature.

For example,

is a bug fix for ProcessManager. If it was released with ProcessManager, it wouldn't need a CHANGELOG entry. Now that ProcessManager has been released, this PR needs to have a CHANGELOG entry under "Fixed".

Questions? Let me know. I almost forgot about this.

Oh git, so good with the handling of text, so bad with semantics.



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