Just in time for PyCon we’re releasing [Windmill 1.0](http://www.getwindmill.com/archives/412). It’s been almost 3 years of development and I’m both excited and relieved to have something we’re comfortable calling 1.0.
The latest RCs have seen bigger improvements than we thought would make it. A new wave of contributions has given us some great new features in Django support and test serialization and [Adam](http://www.adamchristian.com) has done some great UI work as well.
Big thanks to everyone who contributed to the release and I hope to see many of you at PyCon. Adam is doing a [talk on windmill](http://us.pycon.org/2009/conference/schedule/event/9/) which I’ll be helping out with and Adam and I will also be on a [functional testing tools panel](http://us.pycon.org/2009/conference/schedule/event/88/) which should be a lot of fun. And if you’re staying around for the sprint days of the conference we’ll be leading a [windmill sprint](http://us.pycon.org/2009/sprints/projects/windmill/).