Wednesday, September 05, 2007

Q2 is "coming up" (updated)

It's that time again. Another major release is just 3 short weeks away, due to hit the streets September 17th, 2007. Unlike Q1, we don't necessarily have any "secrets" to share with about this release, but that doesn't mean we can't have some fun counting down the days. A new game launched today that enables you (the Telerik Community) to help real-in the new release. As with the Q1 game, the more people that help add their "weight" to the game, the faster the Q2 details will be revealed. Once enough people add their weight, the Q2 details will be hoisted up and freely available for everyone to browse.

So do your part and add your weight to the game right now. I'm not really sure why there are two weight choices, but I'd suggest everyone choose 200 pounds so that we can reveal the hidden details faster.

One last detail about the Q2 game. Take a moment after you add your weight to right-click on the puzzle area. Is that Silverlight powering this Q's game? I think the days of Flash at Telerik are quickly coming to an end...

UPDATE: While we wait on the Q2 release details to come up, visit the official Q2 game forum thread to share your thoughts about the Q2 2007 release with other community members.


Lino Tadros said...

I wish I was allowed to enter my weight instead of choosing between 2 mini weights :)
If I entered my real weight, you would br releasing Q2 today LOL


Todd Anglin said...


That gave me a good laugh! Sorry we don't have a more flexible "weigh-in" option. A good dinner at Texas de Brazil and we would all need some more weight options. :)


dmajkic said...

[Off topic] returns 404 error, but works fine.

Todd Anglin said...


This is an unfortunate and well known problem with Telerik Watch on the Blogger platform. To enable "custom domains" on Blogger, you must give Google control of your domain's DNS records. Unfortunately, that means I have no ability to make "www" work.

Thankfully, Telerik Watch is already planned to move off of Blogger and on to Sitefinity, likely soon after Sitefinity 3.1 is released.

I apologize for the inconvenience in the mean time.