Chad just posted a new guide for getting started with FubuMVC‘s action discovery, route conventions, and view attachment conventions. Since he doesn’t need sleep, Chad also posted a new blog post that describes the design philosophy behind a lot of the newer heavily convention and DSL fronted OSS frameworks in .Net that’s worth a read.
I’m currently working on StoryTeller improvements that we need at Dovetail, but I’m hoping to get back to the StructureMap 3.0 work soon. As part of that release, I’m planning on rewriting the documentation up to the new syntax introduced in 2.6 and use the exact format and infrastructure as the FubuMVC Guides (which are, if you’re looking halfway close, adapted straight from the Ruby on Rails guides). My hope is that the new project and website infrastructure hosted on GitHub will make it easier for me to maintain the documentation and also take more community contributions to StructureMap. I’d really like some feedback on the styling and organization of the FubuMVC guides because I’m very likely to adapt that structure for both StructureMap and StoryTeller.
The full plans for StructureMap 3.0 are at http://wiki.github.com/structuremap/structuremap/30-release-plans. I’m not planning on making any changes to the Registry DSL other than additions and eliminating the obsolete methods in the 2.5.4 – 2.6.2 releases. This release is mostly about cleaning up the internals to add new extension points and customization, as well as getting ready for a Silverlight version finally (I’d love to have a volunteer to drive that one out in a month or two).
If you’re interested, you can follow the StructureMap 3 development at http://github.com/jeremydmiller/structuremap.