Pity! I promise to take a look at the source, but I honestly doubt my programming skills are up to par for the task.

I could oversee the project though, revamp the website, request volunteers, dunno. This would be my first open project too, so please point me in the right direction to "pick it up". =)

But I want to. I really feel the lack of a productivity/performance oriented, lightweight web production environment, since most other programs (ie. bluefish) are built with a more "do-it-all" approach, which apparently seeks to make it easy for the point-and-click type of user to build a site, but offers little help to the guy who's actually BUILDING WEBSITES for a living.

Screem is the most workflow-oriented tool I've used, and with a little this-and-that could be a webdev's dream. It would be kinda sad to let it die over a bug.

So, how do I pick it up? what do I need?



On Tue, Aug 11, 2009 at 4:12 AM, David Knight <david@ritter.demon.co.uk> wrote:

On 6 Aug 2009, at 23:25, Enrique Gimenez wrote:

On that note, I would like to help this project with what I do, which is Web/UI design and usability. Please let me know.

And by the way, I really miss the syntax-folding feature of Notepad++... can we do something about that?

Screem is essentially dead unless someone else picks it up.


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