Rob Conery just announced that Beta 1 of SubSonic 2.0 is ready for your immediate data access needs. He’s looking for beta testers (open to anyone and everyone) to make sure this release is rock solid.
I may attempt to claim a significant contribution, but do not believe me. I only contributed a teeny-tiny amount of code to this release.
I am using a small bit of Subsonic in a current project (just using it to generate Stored Procedure wrappers since the existing database already has a legacy data model and stored procedures to work with).
While I’m talking about release dates for open source projects, I should mention that Subtext 1.9.5 will be released soon and afterwards we’ll turn our full focus to getting Subtext 2.0 out the door. I’ve made some progress on 2.0 while working on the 1.9 branch, so hopefully it will follow 1.9 shortly.
My cohorts and I finished our first draft of the book we’re working on, so I should hopefully have more time to work on Subtext. That is, till the kid arrives.