The OpenFLUID platform is pleased to welcome Armel Thöni as a new permanent member of the team!
Armel is a software engineer recruited to contribute to the development of the platform, help the scientific models developers and provide support to OpenFLUID users.
Armel is a graduate of INSA Lyon and has 3 years of experience as a software developer.
So, welcome to the team, Armel!
OpenFLUID is now also distributed as software containers images for Docker and Singularity systems. It is available for various OpenFLUID releases. The containerization of OpenFLUID provides an alternative way to deploy OpenFLUID. It is also an easy way to reuse older OpenFLUID versions for a revival of deprecated simulators.
OpenFLUID 2.1.6 is available for download.
As announced in a previous post, this releases brings many improvements and bugs fixes. You may consult the complete release notes for full details about this new version.
It’s been a while since a new OpenFLUID version has not been released… but the OpenFLUID kitchen brigade is working hard for cooking the future 2.1.6 release of your favorite meal.
Let’s have a look at the menu…
OpenFLUID 2.1.5 is available for download.
This version proposes UI improvements such as a new development dashboard and a parameterization assistant for the Gnuplot observer. It also fixes some annoying bugs such as GDAL types compatibility.
You may consult the changelog for full details about this new version.
The OpenFLUID mailing-list has moved! The list address is now firstname.lastname@example.org.
The mailing-list usage does not change and the people who already subscribed to the list have been automatically subscribed to this new address : nothing to do to keep using the list.
The OpenFLUID web sites have been completely redesigned. The main idea that leads to this major refresh was to improve navigation and give a more simple access to informations, with a renewed design. Both the web and community sites has been rewritten.