Pere, thanks for this. I can probably find more things that need
testing, fine-tuning, documenting, etc. I've started using Trello lately,
so I created a Tux Paint organization, and put your items in a
"Needed for 0.9.22 release" board. (Well, except for Haiku; sorry to say,
it's not a super high-priority OS for me, and I wouldn't want to block
a release due to issues with it.)
Who here would like to be part of the Tux Paint org on Trello?
Send me an email to invite you with, or if you already have a Trello account,
send me your Trello username. (Private email, to reduce list noise!)
On Tue, Oct 08, 2013 at 11:58:11PM +0200, Pere Pujal i Carabantes wrote:
> El dl 07 de 10 de 2013 a les 16:00 +0100, en/na Michael Bauer va
> > Ok, so following the early September posting, no response from admins. I
> > also emailed Bill directly and had no response. The forum seems pretty
> > dead too, even the requests by people offering to participate.
> Which forum? I don't see any in tuxpaint.org nor sourceforge.
> If it is an unofficial forum,
> > I'm beginning to feel this project is currently in a mild coma. A look
> > at the developer mailing list confirms this, the last genuine messages
> > were by Pere in May, since then, only some spam:
> > http://sourceforge.net/mailarchive/forum.php?forum_name=tuxpaint-devel
> > Two options spring to mind:
> > a) next time an old admin passes through, they give *someone* the rights
> > to deal with the various aspects of Tuxpaint, from the forum to the data
> > repos and whatever else there might be so we can take this forward and
> > get new people on board.
> > b) we consider forking it and take it forward some other way.
> c) help to make tuxpaint ready for a release so Bill will have less work
> in QA, you already have begined to do it by making the windows build
> available to every one, I think it should be announced in the users
> mailing list in order to get more users/feedback/bug reports on it.
> Builds for different OS would be appreciate too.
> Other helping ways I think right now are
> syncronize lists of languages, this is an easy but annoying task, one
> should ensure that any language for which there is a translation is
> listed in every of the different language/locale lists tuxpaint and
> tuxpaint-config uses.
> cleanup the test onscreen keyboard. Quite easy, I just have to find the
> fix https://sourceforge.net/p/tuxpaint/bugs/191/ I tried my chance at
> it some time ago and not reached to fix it in an easy maner, so if
> somebody fixes it I will be very grateful :)
> made Tuxpaint buildable again for Haiku, I think that should be easy but
> with GSOC I haven't get the time to prepare a proper build environment
> for my vboxed Haiku.
> That is what I think is the least for a release, anything else?
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