It was exactly one year ago that I showed up for my first day of work at DotNetNuke Corporation. The past year has flown by. A ton of things have happened in the 365 days since.
As you may have read here, I recently visited the Orlando DotNetNuke Users Group, and Dallas DotNetNuke User Group to show them the latest and greatest version of DotNetNuke – version 6!
One of the great things about being in the DotNetNuke community is meeting new people. I’ve had the pleasure of meeting a couple of folks from all over the world. Recently, I finally met a couple from North Carolina that are co-leading a DNN user group there. I’d known them for a long time, but never met them in person until the Day of DotNetNuke in Orlando.
I was one of the lucky ones last year. The two years prior, I was not able to get into the door of the annual DotNetNuke conference. Last year was different. I was finally accepted into the elite and mystical community of speakers that make up the annual DotNetNuke conference. While last year it was in a different place and a different name, I fully expect DotNetNuke World this year to be the best DNN Corp conference ever!
It’s been a while since I’ve been able to speak at a user group meeting. I think the last time was December of 2010. While that doesn’t sound like a long time, it was nearly 6 months ago! I am attempting to make up for it next month with two DotNetNuke user group meetings in June.
It’s that time again… The Lightbox Gallery module for DotNetNuke needed some attention. There were a few minor bugs that were annoying people that needed to be fixed, and a couple of enhancements as well.
There has been a program offered by Telerik for some time now, where they will sponsor speakers to give presentations to user groups and code camps. This was partially an effort to further ensure the quality and existence of user groups since they saw a decline in user group activity in 2008. The list was never very long, but until now, I didn’t realize how short the list really is. Telerik announced their Insiders Program today.
You may or may not be experiencing a problem with your DotNetNuke website after upgrading to version 05.06.02. There is a chance that following your upgrade, there will be folders missing from the image manager when you go to edit content, like shown in the image above. In some cases, ALL folders will be missing from the window. This doesn’t appear to be an all inclusive bug, but many of you either have or will see this issue on your site.
I cannot honestly tell you where the time has gone. I first embarked upon doing something about the Media Module as a team member in 2008. Unfortunately, for many reasons, the module never really was updated until last year. I was able to get a release out the door last June. Somehow, nearly a year has flown by since that release. Where did the time go?!! Well, I was able to put my head down a few times over the past few months, and I am very happy to say that I have another release nearly ready for the release tracker.
There should be a new release of the Media Module submitted to the release tracker by the end of the month. There are many really cool updates coming to this release, but I would very much like to remove a feature – that is, if it doesn’t have an adverse impact upon anyone that is currently using the module.