Another week and it’s…wait a minute, it’s November? This week sped by me quickly and with Kyle’s absence (he was probably working on his tan on a beach somewhere), the posting was light. I’m glad Kyle will be back next week. I bet you are, too.
The last few weeks have been crazy. Personally and professionally, there is a lot going on and, as usual, the year always ends at top speed. I wouldn’t have it any other way.
I hope any EE community members in the Northeast have escaped any major damage or injury during Hurricane Sandy. I also hope that you are all warm and safe. And that if your electricity is not yet restored, that it is soon. I have family in the northeast out of power for days now and I wish there was something I could do about it.
Since EECI the community has pulled together to push the Stack Overflow proposal closer toward approval. We continually show that we are a self-sufficient community that can organize itself, support itself and help each other, no matter what happens around us. I’m sincerely proud of that. You should be, too.
Okay, enough from me. Let’s get to the news.
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Garrant Consulting launched Host-ee, a hosting service tailored to ExpressionEngine.
Store 1.6.1 Available
My friends at Exp-resso released an update to their excellent e-commerce module, Store. They also made their language packs available on Github (following the lead of Solspace) for community translation.
Ben Croker (nice to meet you at EECI, Ben!) release a beta of Continuum, a real-time visitor tracking add-on.
Gmaps 2.2 Out
Gmaps 2.2 is out and adds geocoding support for EE templates and more.
Did I miss anything? Hit me up on Twitter and I’ll get the word out.
Have a great weekend!