I'm trying to use Aegir to deploy Open Publish 2.3 sites. Installation of sites under Aegir on the Open Publish 2.3 platform fails. I posted this as an issue in the Aegir group (see http://drupal.org/node/1182976), and they report that the bug is in OP. Is a fix planned?
Aegir 0.4 Alpha15 released
The Aegir project is pleased to announce our 0.4 alpha 15 release. This release is primarily a bug fix release, which aims to tie off a huge amount of outstanding bugs and other tasks.
We did aim to release beta1 but decided that there were a few critical bugs still lingering that we wouldn't want to overshadow in such a momentous release. Instead we've chosen to push out one last alpha before (finally) heading out into beta and RC stages of the 0.4 cycle.
The Aegir project would like to present our 0.4 alpha 13 release. This release is primarily a bug fix release, fixing the site imports which have been causing issues with alpha 12.
New in this release is the ability to specify a makefile when you create a platform, which can be either a file on the hostmaster filesystem or a URL. Aegir will automatically build the platform from the specified makefile when it attempts to verify the path, and detects that it is not there.
#373062 : 0.4 - automate platform creation
Just in time for our drupalcon presentation, the aegir project would like to present our 0.4 alpha 12 release.
This release was primarily about cleaning up file permission problems related to the last fixes, and also improving our views 2 support. We as usual bundle a bunch of bugfixes and a few new features.Read more
We are proud to announce the 0.4 Alpha 11 release of the Aegir Hosting System. The previous alpha release did not provide a suitable upgrade path for users who were already running alpha 9 and later. The only addition is the relevant fix to allow these users to safely upgrade their systems.
As before, this release requires you to use Drush 3.3.Read more
We are proud to announce the 0.4 Alpha 10 release of the Aegir Hosting System. This release contains several important bugfixes found in alpha 9. There were also a number of problems found in Drush 3.1 and Drush 3.2, which required a release of Drush 3.3 to be made to support this release.Read more
We are proud to announce the 0.4 Alpha 9 release of the Aegir Hosting System. This release introduces our 'multi-server' functionality, which mostly resolves the primary goal for the 0.4 release cycle.
UPDATED: critical errors found in this release:
#875192 PHP.net switched to subversion from CVS, breaking Drush. We need to roll a new release of drush.
#874716 Files directories on remote web servers are being deleted on rsync. DO NOT USE THIS FEATURE ON PRODUCTION SITES YET!
The Aegir project is proud to announce the eighth alpha of our 0.4 release cycle. Adrian and Neil have been working like crazy on the also crazy multi-server developpment branch(es) for a while and they are getting stable enough so that we can merge with the master development branch. Not stable enough, however, to not warrant a nice and routine release for you people to bundle the quiet but stable fixes we have been doing during that time. So here's the last release before we go on the multi-server development spree for good.Read more
The Aegir project is proud to announce the seventh alpha of our 0.4 release cycle. In the craziness of Drupalcon San Francisco, we have decided to make a long awaited release to share all the good stuff that is happening on the master branch. Most of those changes are stability and bugfixes and should be useable in production, but keep in mind this is still an alpha release, so it hasn't gone through the usual release-candidate proofing cycle.Read more
The Aegir project is proud to announce the sixth alpha of our 0.4 release cycle. The focus of this release was to refactor the hosting front end to more cleanly map to the multi-server requirements for this major release. We also have some usability improvements, and some new platform management features included in this release.Read more