Announcement

New Static Cake Website

Published
Sunday, January 22, 2017
Category
Announcement
Author
daveaglick

Hi! My name is Dave Glick and I run the Wyam static site engine project. I'm also a big Cake fanboy, and over the last couple months I've been privileged to work with the rest of the Cake team on transitioning the Cake website from a dynamic ASP.NET website to a static one built by Wyam. This effort was more than mere window dressing; the new site goes beyond the old one in some interesting ways:

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Icing on the Cake – reviewing the recipe for 2016

Published
Saturday, December 31, 2016
Category
Announcement
Author
devlead

As 2016 is just about to be fully baked, the year has been packed with many ingredients, with this post we would like to take the opportunity to reflect on a few of the essences of what's been a truly amazing and eventful Cake year.

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Email addins released

Published
Monday, October 31, 2016
Category
Announcement
Author
jericho

There are many scenarios where you need to send notifications during your build process, such as notifying colleagues that a build has passed/failed, notifying stakeholders that a package has been published to nuget, etc. One of the most popular ways to send such notification is, of course, email. That's why we recently released three new addins to send emails.

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Cake joins the .NET foundation

Published
Thursday, June 9, 2016
Category
Announcement
Author
devlead

It’s been an amazing journey since the push of the first public commit of Cake in May 2014, in just two years we’ve seen 72 releases, had more than 60 contributors, over a thousand issues and pull requests proposed. And on top of that a small eco system of more than 50 community provided Cake addins.

So firstly a huge thank you to all our contributors and adopters! This wouldn’t have been possible without you! It’s truly amazing to see the increase in contribution and adoption of Cake.

Today we’re really excited and happy to share that Cake is joining the .NET foundation!

So what does this mean for Cake? It’ll still be maintained and governed by the same team as now, but with the support and guidance of the .NET foundation, ensuring the longevity of the project.

Read more about Cake joining on the .NET foundation blog.

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