Sprint 14 Update
Yesterday, July 19th, the team completed Sprint 14, which is simply our 14th sprint of the year. This was one of more productive sprints, in terms of implementation, so far this year. We managed to release a new version of both the Faust.js library as well as the Faust WordPress plugin, we welcomed two new developers to the team and we worked hard to implement a way to help us better understand how folks are using the framework. Here’s how it all breaks down:
Faust.js 0.15.7 and Faust WP 0.7.10
Welcome new developers
In addition to new releases, our team also welcomed two new developers to the team bringing our total to 5 full-time developers focused solely on Faust. You’ll see their contributions in our GitHub repo and they will help us bring the next evolution of Faust into your hands as quickly as possible.
We’re not done here, though. We still have one more position open on our team for a staff developer. If you’re interested in helping take Faust to the next level, apply nowand let’s talk.
New telemetry in Faust.js
The big goal of Faust.js was in implementing some basic telemetry into Faust so that our teams and stakeholders have some measure on how the product is actually being used. Note that this telemetry, while code complete, has not launched in a release yet.
In Sprint 15, which started yesterday, the team is focusing on implementing content previews in the next version of Faust as well as reducing some technical debt that has lead to issues on our GitHub repo. Expect to see a new, faster, release as a result at some point in the next two weeks.