On approximately 9/28/2004 11:29 AM, came the following characters from
the keyboard of Laurent ROCHER:
> Hi all,
> Sorry, i read mailling list, but have less time for work on Win32::GUI
> But, i can take time for make a new release and publish it on
Hi Laurent, Glad to hear you are still monitoring things here, even if
you haven't time for working on it. If we get too far off base, you can
warn us anyway!
Maybe you know the answer to whether anyone with developer/commit access
can make a new release, or if it takes an extra permission? I'd be
willing to learn the process.
> I see two bug report in hacker list :
> - Color problem
> - Text problem
I'll work on the Text problem as soon as I can, but if someone has some
time to look at it, I'm willing to share my code. I haven't been
successful to create a small test case from scratch, and I haven't yet
tried the other direction, of removing code from my application to
reduce it to a smaller test case.
I don't know what is the Color problem, have to look back in the list, I
guess, if no one else fixes it, after I get the Text problem fixed (if I
> It's probably good to correct it before.
> Now how call next release ?
> Directly 1.0 or made a 0.9 version as testing version before release
Likely we could test as a developer build, by just making a PPM for
people to test with, and then go straight to a 1.0 release.
>>On approximately 9/27/2004 4:02 AM, came the following characters from
>>the keyboard of Glenn W Munroe:
>>>Incidentally, has anybody heard from Laurent recently? Aldo seems to
>>>moved on to bigger and better things, Steve Pick disappeared a few
>>>ago and now Laurent has gone quiet. Of course, nobody has any obligation
>>>here, but it would be tragic to lose the "keys" to the repository.
>>>a lot of other people have made contributions, those three appeared to
>>>the main "hackers". Do all the SourceForge developers have full access
>>>the project site? There are a number of names on there, but we don't
>>>much from most of them.
>>I think that Aldo is the only one that can grant write access to the
>>I'm not sure who all has write access to the repository, although I know
>>that Laurent did, and I do. I think Steve also did. I surely
>>appreciate all the work that Steve and Laurent have done to improve
>>Win32::GUI, and am sorry they have not participated here recently.
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