On 12 August 2011 07:45, Thomas Bonte <thomas.bonte@...> wrote:
> MuseScore 1.1 is now available for PCLinuxOS, Slackware, Fedora, OpenSuse,
> but we miss Ubuntu and Debian.
I apologise that I've been AWOL recently: during university term and
for the last few weeks, I've been rather ill, and so most of my other
commitments have faltered, including my academic work. I'm almost
recovered now, and I would like to continue maintaining MuseScore.
When I get a chance - I've almost got all my other commitments up to
date, so let's say this weekend - I will build a package for 1.1 and
apply for a Freeze exception. I'll also try and get the trunk
prerelease builds going again.
I'm sorry that this backlog and disappearance have happened, and I
should have kept you all informed; really, I was trying to continue on
as normal, even when I didn't particularly have the strength. In any
case, I enjoy looking after MuseScore, and hope to continue to be able
to do so. That said, if anybody does want to help in the
maintainership, I would be glad to show them the ropes. Of course,
this is open source, so anyone capable is free to send me patches and
suggestions, or - in cases of my absence - have those patches and
suggestions built and uploaded themselves.