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John Schretz
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Anyone (including bear) Know what the status is on this? I have been using the beta for a while on some small sites but I am looking to use it on a bigger site and would like to get the full documentation on it so i can see if im using it to its fullest potential. I like that its simple and not bloated, would like to re-write my shopping cart using it.
Bear Bibeault
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Hi John, sorry to say that I've been way too busy between day job, contracts and writing the Ninja book to get back to FrontMan recently. The good news is that, as far as I am concerned, it's feature-complete and just needing the docs finished. The bad news is that's precisely what you are waiting for.

Knowing that there are people who are actively using it will help to get it bumped up a notch or two on my priority list!


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John Schretz
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Bear Bibeault wrote:Hi John, sorry to say that I've been way too busy between day job, contracts and writing the Ninja book to get back to FrontMan recently. The good news is that, as far as I am concerned, it's feature-complete and just needing the docs finished. The bad news is that's precisely what you are waiting for.

Knowing that there are people who are actively using it will help to get it bumped up a notch or two on my priority list!


No problem, i know what a busy schedule is like, thanks for the hard work.
 
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