I have Sherm on facebook and it does list two family members on there.

I'd be happy to approach one of them if people think that wouldn't be too awkward.

Matt.

From: Mark Anderson <emer@emer.net>
Date: Tue, 11 Oct 2011 19:43:08 -0400
To: Rachel Blackman <seattlesparks@mac.com>
Cc: <camelbones-devel@lists.sourceforge.net>
Subject: Re: [Camelbones-devel] Future of CamelBones?

I agree wholeheartedly. This was a great project, and it would be a shame to see it go. I'd be willing to help anyway I can. I can mostly only help coding, I only knew Sherm through Camelbones.

Mark

On Tue, Oct 11, 2011 at 7:31 PM, Rachel Blackman <seattlesparks@mac.com> wrote:
So, with Sherm having sadly passed away, this leaves CamelBones in something of a limbo state.  However, I don't think Sherm would've wanted to see the project fade away, and I think seeing it properly moved forward would be

I know from our e-mails that Sherm was very close to a 2.0 version that statically bundled Perl so that it didn't break on system updates.  That seems like a good path to go down, but unfortunately, he hadn't updated the SourceForge source image in a very, very long time.  And but I don't know how to get in touch with his family to see if they could get that off of his computer.

So anyone who works on a Lion-aware version would either have to try to do the interim 'build and bundle a new support bundle for Lion' method, which was already getting pretty hacky, or else would have to start over on all the changes he was making. :(

Anyone have any thoughts on how best to carry on Sherm's legacy, and carry CamelBones on both the way I used it (to allow Cocoa apps to be scripted in Perl) and the way I know others did (to allow entire apps to be written in Perl using the Objective-C interfaces)?

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