our development has been running slow due to lack of commits, indeed.
Only a few souls have been sending changes in the last year.

I would consider the project as active since there are many interested to keep it up, myself included.

The latest version from OS4Ed was a great work, but has nothing from the lang support our community did. Due to that we can consider we have two different feature set now.

The ideal version would be to merge them together and continue a unique code then.
But I can only speak for the community here.

I really hope we could have more people involved in code maintenance, but since this is volunteered work I do not have intention to push or demand efforts.

Feel free to send any update you wish to our svn, ok?

On Wed, Jul 14, 2010 at 6:40 PM, Raymond Val <rgval@users.sourceforge.net> wrote:

I have been away for a while but I wanted to check on the status of
development? Looking through e-mails it looks like the last update was

Where do we stand on the multi language capabilities?

Also, what is the relationship between the OS4Ed version and the
Sourceforge versions? They look like completely different I18N code.

I have some commits that I have been working on but unable to commit due
to Internet restrictions but now that I am back home I can do SVN again.



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