Should I add my last few requests on this list to the sourceforge
I have downloaded the code and will try and have a look at it in the
next few days. However because of time constraints, if I have time
(which is unlikely the way things are going), I could probably only work
on enhancements that I am waiting for . .
On Fri, 2008-02-29 at 11:59 +0100, Uwe Drechsel wrote:
> Hi dear vym users,
> I recently have seen a number of new feature requests, so I'd like to
> tell a little bit about what's happening to them.
> Still it's mainly only me who implements stuff and my time to do so is
> quite limited. Nevertheless I use vym all the time both for job and
> private, so there will be bugfixes and occasionally new stuff from
> me. I usually release a new version of vym parallel to the openSUSE
> If anybody else is willing to contribute with code or translations,
> that's certainly welcome and I'll do my best to help!
> Where are feature requests?
> Feature requests usually come in directly at sourceforge:
> and the mailinglists here of course.
> Most of above ends up together with my own ideas in one of the vym
> demos, which is easier to work with, at least as long as it's more or
> less only me implementing things. It's the vym-projectplan.vym in
> What am I working on?
> - adding attributes to branches, these attributes might be
> free strings, unique IDs, lists (e.g. "Priority 0..3"), etc.
> - Once I find again more time I would like to extend the network
> capabilities. I started this in the openSUSE Hackweek last year
> but unfortunatly it's still in alpha state. If you nevertheless
> want to see it in action:
> This is related to making vym scriptable, which is also very
> interesting. (Anyone interested in helping here, maybe also with
> - using the Qt Model/View architecure would be great, this would
> enable simultanous and different views on the data, e.g. plain
> tree, the well known map, maybe even 3D using openGL.
> Unfortunatly this would require a big rewrite, so far I only
> started to sort the code a bit to make this easier.
> Again, if you want to contribute, please come to the vym-devel list!
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