News about GeneWeb
15 March 2018: Preview demo of GeneWeb 7
It has been quite a long time without news about GeneWeb, but a lot of work has been done in the background. If you didn’t try the demonstration of GeneWeb 7 you should! For example, if you remember the old table of descendants in version 6.07, look at all the added options for tables in version 7: images, popups for notes and sources, children counts, better d’Aboville notation for multiples relations, a new mode with separate rows for spouses (to see their birth and death), buttons to change the number of generations, to the table (or trees) of ancestors, easier access to forms, easy navigation between parents/children and between individuals,… All that in the same program! Feedback is welcome on Github or on the mailing list.
Be generous with translations, as only English and French are well maintained for the moment. The project will need help from translators to provide missing lexicon sentences before the final release of GeneWeb 7 .
1st September 2016: GeneWeb is over 18 years old!
Happy birthday to Daniel's 1st commit on the GeneWeb Github repository!
7 April 2016: HTTPS
As our host Tuxfamily welcomes HTTPS, so do we! GeneWeb Wiki and its demo sub-site now benefits from the Let's Encrypt certificate. GeneWeb documentation is now available on https://geneweb.tuxfamily.org/.
8 March 2016: Continuous integration
The continuous integration tools Travis-CI (Linux/OS X) and AppVeyor (Windows) have been chosen to check that the compilation of GeneWeb is successful on the respective platforms. If a build is successful, it's reported with a little Github badge on the README.md file and is also on the GitHub front page.
Build logs can be found clicking on those badges at:
26 January 2016: Roadmap to GeneWeb 7 beta
Good news! The main developer of GeneWeb for all versions of GeneWeb 6 will keep maintaining the distribution until the release version of Geneweb 7. The master repository for the project can now be found at https://github.com/geneweb/geneweb
A concrete roadmap to the incoming beta has been published on the wiki. Any help or feedback is appreciated!
1st October 2015: Geneweb Wiki
26 May 2015: GeneWeb is moving to Github
GeneWeb is now hosted on Github (for some months), at: https://github.com/geneanet/geneweb
The issues tracker has been moved, too (however, comments have not, but will be soon).
For better community exposure, the entire project is moving (including the wiki, but taking one step at a time).
Please, from now on, it would be better to use GitHub to report issues or update the wiki. Thanks.