I'm more interested in the PortableApps.com Launcher.  It (and another addition to the PortableApps.com Installer I've got in mind, for using it to create the structure and all at the start of creating an app as well as what it currently does, thus making it the PortableApps.com Packager or similar (as John thought of renaming it; this would make that fit in even more)) seems to me to be the best way of getting this venture ahead - make it easier to check apps.  John, how would it be if you just sent me what you've got so far, so I can review it, put in any new ideas I've had, etc.?

On Wed, Aug 26, 2009 at 5:03 PM, Taneth <taneth111@gmail.com> wrote:
Raise your hand if you're still interested o/
But on the serious side, we do need to pick up our act and start testing some more apps.


On Wed, Aug 26, 2009 at 3:56 AM, Michael Secord <gizmokid2005@gmail.com> wrote:
I know Zach T. was the last one to post up on the testing page.  Being busy with songbird and work, I haven't had a lot of time to check out what he's tested.  Most of the other testers aren't around, or very infrequently.  The only members I actually see around are CM, ZT, you, and occasionally powerjuce, but he's never around long.

What needs to be done is the list needs to be gone through and made sure that they are all up to date and they need to be tested/verified.  We've got 5 apps in there right now.  I should have time later today and I'm going to go through those and see if they are still active and up to date and update/modify as required.

I think that's the best way to start and get things going again.

I'm almost always around, so you can always catch me, if not on IRC, you can catch me on AIM, MSN, Yahoo, GTalk, etc.  Either Gizmokid2005, or Gizmokid2005@gmail.com

-Michael


OliverK wrote:
Well, what I'm looking to do is find out who has been active of late, then see what Dev test are still in the wild so I can figure out who has a better chance of seeing any notes I'm leaving.  Hopefully, we can get teh ball rolling again.

John T. Haller wrote:
OliverK wrote:
  
Is there anyway we can see who has been active recently?
    
Active how?  You can see the notes people have posted on the release 
team status page.  Or do you mean active in terms of logging into PA.c?


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