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From: Chad Hardin <cehardin@ma...> - 2003-06-05 23:28:11
There has been quite a bit of progress, most of it has been at the
source level though and hasn't made it's way out into a new cd. Also,
there are only a two, maybe three of us working on it so of course it
would be slow. Can you imagine if only two or three people worked at
RedHat? Now imagine these two or three people had real jobs, families,
went to college to boot, and could only dedicate 1 to 2 hours a day on
RedHat, see my point? This is not a flame, I'm just exlpaining to you
Also, I have been away from home for a month now, so I haven't been able
to work on the SGStep code. I have been doing other things though, such
as making a Dock. There is also an installer in the works.
Yes, it is slow, but the sad fact is that with such a small amount of
people, working on their free time
All of the progress is in the cvs tree, there have been more than 1,200
W. Kennedy wrote:
>I had no luck getting Simply GNUstep to load last year when I tried, and looking at the Sourceforge page, it seems like there's been little progress.
>How is LinuxStep?
>Are there any other linux/gnustep installations?