Open letter to Java Simon users
January 11, 2012 Leave a comment
I bet there are people who are not on our mail group or watching Java Simon page on Google+. Roughly three years after the first official release we have another really good release.
I’m really proud about our newest Java Simon release (3.1.0) and I decided to share the mail written to firstname.lastname@example.org also here on my blog:
Dear Java Simon users
Firstly – version 3.1.0 was released on New Year’s Day – more about it
on our project site:
We announced it also on our new stream on Google+ (it should be
available for non-google users too):
Secondly – about Google+ – we decided to pull down our Webnode site
because it was a bit cumbersome to maintain and add new posts there.
Instead we are moving to the aforementioned Google+ page.
Direct link: https://plus.google.com/115141838919870730025/posts
Short link: http://gplus.to/javasimon
Or just use our domain! http://javasimon.org/ or http://www.javasimon.org/
This way it should be easier for us to post more often even smaller
facts about your favourite monitoring library.
Thirdly – Happy New Year to you all, update and share your thoughts, I
feel very well about the last release. We’re working on 3.2 already,
with our new commiter (Gerald) we should be able to deliver simple
embeddable web console too, so there is a lot to be looking forward
Best regards and wishes
Richard “Virgo” Richter
You are welcome – and encouraged – to add Google+ page into your circles of course. And once more – Happy New Year – as this is my first post here in 2012.