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The Jubilee Project evolves over time to collect community feedback and improvements. For the most part, that’s a good thing! These changes are made with respect to the original [[Project_Goals|project's goals]].
  
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==Versions==
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The latest version is hosted on the master branch of the [https://github.com/machineagency/jubilee Github repository]. Note that all wiki links to source files in the repository will always point to this branch.
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===Previous Versions===
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* 2.0.2
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* 2.0.1
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* 2.0
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For a play-by-play breakdown of what changed across versions, see the [https://github.com/machineagency/jubilee/blob/master/CHANGELOG.md Changelog] file.
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== Feedback ==
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Broadly speaking, feedback comes from a few sources: [https://github.com/machineagency/jubilee/issues issues opened on Github], conversations on [https://discord.gg/XkphRqb Discord], and pilot builds by the original designer and a few grad students at a machine-building lab in the University of Washington. To provide feedback, simply open an issue or join us on Discord.
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==Revisioning==
 
To get a better sense of what’s changing, here’s a breakdown of the project versioning number scheme.
 
To get a better sense of what’s changing, here’s a breakdown of the project versioning number scheme.
  

Revision as of 11:41, 29 June 2020

The Jubilee Project evolves over time to collect community feedback and improvements. For the most part, that’s a good thing! These changes are made with respect to the original project's goals.

Versions

The latest version is hosted on the master branch of the Github repository. Note that all wiki links to source files in the repository will always point to this branch.

Previous Versions

  • 2.0.2
  • 2.0.1
  • 2.0

For a play-by-play breakdown of what changed across versions, see the Changelog file.

Feedback

Broadly speaking, feedback comes from a few sources: issues opened on Github, conversations on Discord, and pilot builds by the original designer and a few grad students at a machine-building lab in the University of Washington. To provide feedback, simply open an issue or join us on Discord.

Revisioning

To get a better sense of what’s changing, here’s a breakdown of the project versioning number scheme.

X.0.0 to Y.0.0

  • significant frame changes. You must buy new extrusions. (There are no plans for this right now.)
  • greater than $300US (~20% of the frame cost)

0.X.0 to 0.Y.0

  • significant subsystem change. example: new machined twist lock example: greater than $25US in new parts
  • major bugfix
  • “breaking” change.
    • example: new firmware configs that are not compatible with old firmware

0.0.X to 0.0.Y

  • minor change(s)
  • tweaks to firmware config file
  • Updates for stock part compatibility
    • example: updating xy motion components to accept both Gates and Generic brand pulleys.
  • less than $25US in new parts