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Unfortunately, Umbraco have made the tough decision to discontinue development of the version 5 codebase.
We understand why they made this choice. But we believe that Umbraco 5 can and should be rescued. Lots of good code and functionality can be salvaged.
We CAN fix it.
Our short term plans:
- Performance and simplicity is our first main goal
- As per Oren's post we are focusing on the fundamentals
- Possibly ripping out DynamicNode
- NoSQL core replacement if there is no other option
- Removing "Nice to haves" to end up with something light-weight that works
Our long term road map:
- Performance issues solved
- Start dealing with the backlog
- A new responsive admin User Interface
- REST API
- Heroku and AppHarbour support
- Mono support
- Continued development and support for "Umbraco 5" supporters
Our mission is to provide a Content Management System that is easy to use, easy to customise and can adapt itself to the small business and large corporation needs.
It should be simple to use, yet provide a robust API under the hood for seasoned professionals. It should be up to date with current technologies and it should encourage TDD and best practices.
Who are you?
Our core development team has worked on:
- Top Gear
- Radio Times
- BBC iPlayer International
- Mercury Records
- BBC Good Food
- Fiction Records
When will this start?
Join our new forum and start a discussion.
- We have a new forum: forum
- Follow us on Twitter: @rebel_cms
- Contribute on GitHub: github.com/RebelCMS
- Email us at: email@example.com