From: Ian Scott <scottim@im...> - 2012-11-02 11:21:00
I thought I ought to tell everyone to expect significantly less
contribution from me in future. Imorphics have finally got to the point
of delivering software for use in regulated medical devices. Whilst
learning our way around the various regulations, it has become clear
that we cannot carry on using the open source releases of VXL. So a few
months ago, we forked off our own private copy of the core libraries
that we use, and will maintain these internally.
I'd like to thank everyone for helping to provide such a useful and well
written set of software. I'm grateful for everyone's help and
encouragement over the years.
I'll probably still watch the mailing lists, and I'm happy to answer any
questions, especially regarding vil and vsl. I've kept a checkout and
build of the public repository on my machine, and I'll be happy to track
down any bugs I might be responsible for.
Given that I don't have a stake in the future direction of VXL, I have
and will refrain from getting involved in those debates. I currently
have administrative privileges over the VXL project at SourceForge. I'm
happy to continue with these vanishingly minor duties (adding people to
the commit list), but if you want me to relinquish them - please let me