Webware development has slowed down, but there are still checkins, usually
by Webware developers who need to add a feature or fix for their own use of
Webware. I see 8 developers listed on SourceForge, and I'm pretty sure that
at least 6 of them have checked in changes to CVS in the last few months.
But we've fallen way behind on reviewing patches and contributions (not just
your patch, there are others patches on SourceForge waiting to be reviewed
and checked in). I think everyone is just too busy.
I've repeatedly asked for volunteers to become Webware developers, get CVS
access, and therefore have the ability to check in fixes and features
directly. Would you like to become one? Please read
Otherwise, you'll just have to wait until one of the existing developers has
the time to review the outstanding patches.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Karl Putland [mailto:kputland@...]
> Sent: Monday, October 07, 2002 11:50 AM
> To: webware-devel@...
> Subject: [Webware-devel] Action unification in Page.py
> Last week I sent a patch to Page that unifies old style and new style
> actions. Nobody has responded at all either for or against. Is
> development of Webware at a standstill? That would be a
> shame. What do
> I need to do in order to get a response out of one of the cvs writers?
> Karl Putland
> Director of Technical Operations
> ShipEze Inc
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