On Thu, Apr 5, 2012 at 8:57 AM, Josh Stratton <strattonbrazil@...> wrote:
> That's a good model, but I'm wondering if a todo list might be helpful
> for new comers or to at least see what's being worked on. With an
> artistic tool like aqsis, there's also the motivation for doing
> something if the artists are really excited to use it, right?
Yes, but someone still has to be excited enough to implement it. Take
the PBGI code for instance - even though it's rather imperfect I did put
a lot of hours into it already. If I hadn't wanted to use it myself, I
probably wouldn't have had the motivation to put a few weeks worth of my
time into it. (Very roughly, I'd estimate that getting the PBGI code to
its current state was probably a couple of solid working weeks of
effort... at least!)
> Might be useful to track that.
> I was thinking about making a jira for adding ptex, for example, even
> though I wouldn't be able to get around to it in the next few weeks
> just so people might visualize what's possible in upcoming releases
> and provide some feedback.
Ptex is interesting for sure. Are there any good open source tools for
painting ptex now?