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Re: Development help requested


From: Sergii Stoian
Subject: Re: Development help requested
Date: Tue, 5 Sep 2006 01:55:03 +0400

Gregory,

You're right. There is a lot of differences between SVN sources and my
local copy.
I was busy a little in real life. So I continuing working on PC.

Anyway I see no problem if someone want to become co-maintainer.
Moreover I want to see more people developing PC. But...

Thank you for comments.
Gone fixing my mistakes...

On 9/4/06, Gregory John Casamento <address@hidden> wrote:


Sergii,

Speaking only for myself, the reason I, personally, thought it was
unmaintained is that there really hasn't been any kind of movement on, or
release of, ProjectCenter in almost a year.

The last release of PC was:
Jan 16:
* ProjectCenter Version 0.4.3, urgent bugfix release

This was only a bugfix release, and the 0.4.0 release was, apparently, prior
to Apr 2005.  Apr 2005 is as far back as the News section on GNUstep.org
goes.

PC needs quite a few features to make it an IDE people really want to use.
Right now it's usable, but it lacks many features that users are looking
for.

If you lack the time to maintain it, there is no shame in saying so.  If
this is the case, you should allow someone else to step up and take over or
let him/her become a co-maintainer.

Thanks, GJC
--
Gregory John Casamento
Gorm/GUI maintainer for GNUstep



----- Original Message ----
From: Sergii Stoian <address@hidden>
To: address@hidden
Cc: Discuss GNUstep <address@hidden>
Sent: Monday, September 4, 2006 10:08:45 AM
Subject: Re: Development help requested

Hi, Adam.

Why do think that ProjectCenter is unmaintained?


On 8/29/06, Adam Fedor <address@hidden> wrote:
>   GNUstep currently has several projects that have no one leading or no
> one working on them. I'm asking for anyone who would be interested in
> helping out with these projects. The time commitment could be very
> minimal - just responding to and verifying bug reports and patches
> would be helpful. Let me know if you are interested in these projects:
>
> gnustep-make
> ProjectCenter
>
>
>
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