You can read Developers reports from previous months (until September/October)
- Pavel Zotov, 2014-10
- Philippe Makowski, 2014-10
- Alexander Potapchenko, 2014-10
- Alex Peshkov,2014-10
- Jiri Cincura,2014-10
- Other Core developer reports
ps:I didn’t remember to be posted here on FirebirdNews .
You can view also the presentation/reports from Firebird conference
Bitnami is a library of popular server applications and development environments that can be installed with one click, either in your laptop, in a virtual machine or hosted in the cloud. We take care of compiling and configuring the applications and all of their dependencies (third-party libraries, language runtimes, databases) so they work out-of-the-box. The resulting packaged software (a ‘stack’) is then made available as native installers, virtual machines and cloud images. These Bitnami application packages provide a consistent, secure and optimized end-user experience when deploying any app, on any platform.
If you want to see Firebirs supported in the Bitnami library, vote now direct in their site!
Firebird Wire Protocol 11 was introduced in Firebird 2.1
What is left is protocol 12 introduced in Firebird 2.5
Protocol 13 is already implemented (Firebird 3.0)
Jason Wharton wrote on ibolist:
I have released a new version of IB Objects.
The primary objective of this release is to provide support for RAD Studio XE7.
There have been some bugs fixed as well.
Please see the release notes for details: http://www.ibobjects.com/ReleaseNotes.rtf
|SQL Maestro Group announces the release of Firebird PHP Generator 14.10, a frontend to generate feature-rich CRUD web applications for your Firebird database. The software comes in both Freeware and Professional editions.|
Maximiliano Robaina wrote on django-firebird-dev list
I just upload a new branch into the main repository. This new branch “develop”  has the implementation to support django 1.7.
I’ll like have got some feedback about it, so just clone the repo and switch to “develop” branch to try with django 1.7.
Let me know what is wrong or just submit an issue entry.
Keep in touch.
Donation page is now updated so you can contribute to that sepecific fund
On 31 October, 2014, the Firebird Project released the Firebird 2.5 Language Reference in Russian, a large documentation task sponsored by Moscow Exchange, one of the biggest Firebird users in the world, and IBSurgeon (tools and services for Firebird). Several Russian-speaking Firebird Project core developers participated in creating this tome of almost 500 pages to ensure its quality. Coming up will be the extensions (also in Russian) covering Firebird 3.