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Posted on by Ivan Boothe (not verified).

Great to see work progressing on this important distribution. I'd love to see this news posted publicly on the UseCOD site, the COD gdo page and the COD Twitter feed. I actually didn't know alpha2 had even been released until a month or so after because it hadn't been announced in any of those places. I tweeted at the COD Twitter account to encourage a public announcement of a2 but never got a response.

I'd love to get more involved but it seems like the updates on "the state of COD" are months and months in between, so it's hard to know what the status is at any given moment. Any chance we could get more frequent updates, even if it's just something like "here's what we really need to work on this month"? Many of the roadmap/sprint pages are really out of date and it's hard to know how to help with just a couple of hours per week. Maybe that kind of time isn't helpful, though -- but it would still be nice to have updates, at the very least when new versions are released. The alpha isn't mentioned anywhere on COD's own site.

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