The #d8rules team is excited to welcome Acquia to our list of supporters. With their generous support of fully funding milestone 2, fago & klausi can plan dedicated time over the next months to focus on getting the MVP of Rules for Drupal 8 done.
Since finishing milestone 1 and DrupalCon Barcelona, we are basically in a developer preview state. The basic APIs of Rules 8 are pretty stable already, enabling contributed module porters starting work on their integrations.
Milestone 2 now is all about getting a useable product to developers & end users of Drupal 8.
See what's planned for M2:
Completing Rules engine features (Metadata assertions, logging service)
Rules plug-ins part two (Events, Loops, caching, components API)
Configuration management system support (config entity, CMI support, integrity checks & config schema)
Generic rules integrations (Typed data & entity support)
Entity token support
- Basically usable UI (Nothing fancy yet)
- Basic API for embedding condition and action forms
The estimated, remaining 316 hours for M2 are fully funded by Acquia, drunomics and epiqo. Acquia is putting € 14.220,- in to help us work continuously over the next months. drunomics & epiqo are providing 50 % by a lowered rate of € 45 for fago and klausi to work on #d8rules during office hours.
We are expecting a release for M2 for beginning of March, 2016. This should allow the 25 % Drupal 7 sites which use the Rules module to start building for Drupal 8. Of course, we are also looking forward to see new adapters making use of flexible, UI-driven workflows.
Thanks again for everybody helping speeding up our work of porting Rules to Drupal 8. If you'd like to help out getting funding secured for Milestone 3, let's get in contact.