time flies if you're having fun ...
This is what my former boss used to say, and it turns out to be true.
(TBH. he actually said "tijd vliegt, als je lol hebt").
Anyway, it is over two years ago I've published the "new" key to check the signatures of the rpms in our repository. This makes the key old, and I've published a new key today.
As a consequence I had to remove all the old rpm files in the repository (they would report to be invalid). And I've added the current rpm files for the 2.9 release again.
But we've done more!
And that can be seen by the fact that I've published the rpm files for the 2.10 release that will be officially announced soon. Since the software won't change until then (unless we find an issue), I thought it would be a good idea to make it available.
Currently we are working on finishing the documentation. This will describe how to set up the latest Zope server that now runs with Python 3. As you probably all know, the support for Python 2 has terminated. That doesn't make Python 2 a bad piece of software; on the contrary I've learned to know it as rock solid! But if security flaws are revealed, they won't be fixed any more and this is why we've migrated the GUI to the latest Zope release (Zope 4 respectively 5).
It will also describe how to set up SSO in combination with Windows Active Directory. That's still quite a piece of work, but still I hope to get that done until end of the month.
Schedulix now also runs on RedHat 8/CentOS 8 platforms. It's always a kind of adventure game when switching from one major release to another.
Of course, a lot more has happened in the software. We'll publish the release notes on our web site as soon as we officially launch the 2.10 release.
If any of you finds issues, please report them immediately. Either here in the Google group, or you can e-mail me directly as well.