From: Martin Vernooij <martin.vernooij@ti...> - 2004-12-23 18:25:52
no problem, Open Source is, among other things, all a matter of
available (spare) time. Thanks anyway for agreeing with the "roadmap". I
know for sure it won't be a quickie, because I just started on a new
full time assignment, which will take a lot of my energy.
1st Merry X-mas, Happy new year and a bug-fix release ;-)
P.S. I suggest we share our thoughts and opinions with regards to OPT on
the list, so I cc'd this to the devlist ...
>From: Grant Ballard-Tremeer
>Sent: donderdag 23 december 2004 17:14
>To: Martin Vernooij
>Subject: Re: [Outreach-devel] Preparing for the 1.2.6 release and ....
>Just a note to say that I'm still alive and kicking, interested, and
>wishing I could lend you more support. The end of year has proved
>crazily busy - even more than I thought - so I haven't been able to do
>any programming whatsoever.
>In any case I looked through your development roadmap and fully agree.
>I like the idea of using PEAR for authentication and database
>abstraction - it makes absolute sense to me.
>Anyway, I am trying my best to rearrange things so that I have more
>time for the things I enjoy (programming) and have to spend less on
>the things I don't (admin), but it is proving harder than envisioned
>to find the right staff and arrangements.
>Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
>Friday, December 17, 2004, 11:45:50 AM, you wrote:
>MV> I believe I've fixed the majority of the bugs to get to a
>MV> version. There are couple of things left, but these are
>not so easy to
>MV> fix. They either relate to the session management/authentication or
>MV> multilanguage issues/quoting. The only thing I still want
>to do before
>MV> freezing this 1.2.6, is to add the three missing pieces of code as
>MV> reported in bug report 1078789.
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