I know there is talk of updating the site to a new one, and using github pages and what not. But, until then, we should just get a 1.5 out there. Too many people hit issues in 1.3, updating the page to 1.5 and pushing up a new tag should be easy. We should just do it. cc'in jbuck because I don't know where that site lives or how to change it.
By release a 1.5 I mean we tag master as 1.5, and that's it.
Hah, I read this and totally thought "Wait, we released 1.4?". Would it be insane of me to consider making a basic github page site on the mozilla/popcorn-js repo that could point to some zip files or w/e containing the basics?
I think we can just update the repo that's stored on popcornjs.org to get 1.5 on there. And fix up some of the obvious mistakes, like Lighthouse being our bug tracker. Then we can file another bug "srsly, what's up with our website"
(In reply to Jon Buckley [:jbuck] from comment #3) > I think we can just update the repo that's stored on popcornjs.org to get > 1.5 on there. And fix up some of the obvious mistakes, like Lighthouse being > our bug tracker. Then we can file another bug "srsly, what's up with our > website" srsly. +1 to all of the things you've both said.
It is done: http://popcornjs.org/download Long time coming. I now have the ability to roll out updates as they come in. So we're going to move to a fast release cycle.