Max Horn a =E9crit :
> Hi Yosh,
> you once worked on ScummLinux, a real nice way to get ScummVM onto a=20
> bootable CD. Now, since the end of 2003, apparently no work has been=20
> done on it, which is kind of a pitty. I realize that you probably have=20
> no time anymore and/or your interests shifted; but isn't it kind of a=20
> shame to let your work go to waste?
> How about posting a news item on your site (and on scummvm.org, too, if=
> you like, and maybe some other places) asking for volunteers who want t=
> step in and start working on a new ScummLinux version? The chances this=
> works aren't that big, but it'd be worth a try, I figure...
I was unemployed when I started working on ScummLinux (and ScummEX btw),=20
and when I found a job I became really too tired to work on these=20
But lately I received a lot of requests about the status of ScummLinux,=20
and I would like to work on it again.
IIRC all of the source code is on SourceForge.
Some goals would be :
- Updating it to a newer kernel
- Improving the .iso generator
- Maybe a GUI ?
- We could use the MD5s to detect the games
- Updating ScummVM to the latest version with all the dependencies
Of course volunteers are welcome to help :)
I'm going to start working on it right now, and I will post a news on my=20
site later this week.