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Re: Gaining momentum

From: Bruno Miguel
Subject: Re: Gaining momentum
Date: Fri, 30 Jul 2010 09:36:30 +0100

2010/7/30 Дмитрий Габинский <address@hidden>:
> 2010/7/30 Bruno Miguel <address@hidden>:
>> I'm a huge fan of Icecat and I admire the work done by Giuseppe - it's
>> a great one man effort to release such a complete browser as Icecat.
> Yes, that is probably a great effort, but is it a really great
> achievement to simply rebuild Mozilla Firefox?

When you're hacking it alone, I think it his.

>> Icecat is a good browser but it lacks momentum.
> It lack manpower, I think, and that’s the key. As usual, there are
> more people who spend their time chatting about momentums and
> projections that people who spend their time coding.

And how exactly do you expect to bring people if they don't know about
the project? I would gladly help but I don't know a damn thing about
C, C++ and other programming languages. I only have really basic
knowledge of bash scripting and python.

>> What could we all, the community, do to achieve
>> this goal?
> Excuse me for being slow, but I can’t see any real goal. Could you educate me?

You're excused. :P
The goal is to give hype to Icecat, so it can atract more testers and
more hackers.

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