The new compression utilities are wrapped into a single node package called yuglify and new issues can be filed against this project on GitHub. To be clear, this is not a “new compressor” project, this project contains a few tweaks and configuration options that allows us to use UglifyJS & CSSMin in a standard way across our tools. In fact, this new module was pulled directly from existing Shifter tasks to allow for better portability and re-use across any NodeJS tool.
We have migrated the existing YUI Compressor website to its new location on GitHub (pending some redirects from the old site) as well as previous releases. We are considering migrating all of the current open tickets from the YUILibrary.com site over to GitHub’s issue tracker but will only do so if any new community maintainers wish us to.
Not only are our tools evolving but the way we are open-sourcing development is as well! For the first time ever, we will be opening the YUI Compressor project to external community members, including commit access to the repo. We are working to implement a governance model that defines committer access across our product offering. Stay tuned for more details on the YUI Governance Model in the next few weeks. We are very excited to be starting this new chapter in the evolution of our project, and we invite to you participate in this new process and help us continue to build the best toolset for web development.