ColdFire Update

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An update was released to ColdFire yesterday, but today I've made another update I wanted to share with folks. For the first time - I'm stepping away from a project. ColdFire was created by myself and Adam Podolnick a while ago, but Nathan Mische has really taken over. He has made some darn good updates on the client side and has really taken the lead. I decided today it made sense to set him as the project manager. I'm still involved in the project, but it seemed silly for him to come to for approval when he was really leading the way here.

I feel really weird about it - but screw it. It's best to let smart people lead the way. :) I'm just happy to be a part of the best ColdFusion debugger around. (Not that I'm biased or anything.)

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Archived Comments

Comment 1 by Terrence Ryan posted on 3/12/2008 at 6:37 PM

That's great to hear - the praise for Nathan part, not the you stepping down part.

Nathan is a really talented guy who deserves thanks for the community for being so instrumental in ColdFire.

Comment 2 by Michael Brennan-White posted on 3/12/2008 at 6:54 PM

I am going to update to the newest rev of ColdFire. Do you think there is the need to uninstall the 1.003 version of the extension first and then install the latest build?

Also, is this version compatible with Firefox 3?

Comment 3 by Nathan Mische posted on 3/12/2008 at 7:01 PM

@Ray - Thanks for letting me be part of the best ColdFusion debugger around! I have to say it is quite an honor.

@Terry - Thanks for the kind words.

@Michael - If you are looking for Firefox 3 support you may want to hold off on the update for a couple of days. We hope to have a new version out which will work with Firefox 3 in the next week or so.