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Re: A Critique: Getting Started with GNUstep on Windows

From: Riccardo Mottola
Subject: Re: A Critique: Getting Started with GNUstep on Windows
Date: Wed, 17 Feb 2016 16:46:33 +0100
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Thom Cherryhomes wrote:
Hi Riccardo.

I have watched your brand of retrograde discourse in this forum, for close to 15 years, now. It is not productive, and you have always come off as the whiniest, most petulant of spoiled, most autistic children. If I had hired you to do work professionally, I would have fired you for your attitude towards not only myself, but others in this community. Your attitude, helps no-one in this community, and I would suggest considerable self-reflection on it.

I can open ProjectCenter, open Graphos' project file, build it, launch it.
I can see its classes and methods, browse through them and scroll to them.
I can launch the built application and use it.
I can click on one of the gorm files and Gorm will open.

All this, right now, on Windows.

This is possible though fixes, done by me. Done by Richard and other people fixing, even by those scared away by this sometimes toxic mailing list but who have contributed precious things, including GWorkspace itself, great parts of the Windowes backend, etc. And not only fixes, but new features, methods. David's work for ARC. Theming work done by us all together Just to cite major code contributions, not wanting to minimize smaller contributions, up to corrections in translations and typo fixes.

Is there more to do? nobody denies.

The point of these videos was to point out parts of the system that need the most attention. As I mentioned in the introduction, I am making other videos, under other successive configurations of GNUstep and pointing out what I see there, as well.

While you make personal insults and while you make videos, I do commits. That's all that there is to say.


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