Where is Julian?

Joolee mailscanner at joolee.nl
Wed Feb 1 14:55:40 GMT 2012

A perfect solution is to put the project up on Github or SourceForge so
other devs can take up the project. But than again, this is also something
only Julian can do.

On 1 February 2012 14:54, Jeremy McSpadden <jeremy at fluxlabs.net> wrote:

> Not necessarily. If the project is feature complete, yet takes manual
> work-arounds to work properly on every distro, doesn't mean it's solid.
> Given that MS is dependent on Perl, and the newer versions of perl break
> MS; a patch is in order.
> The room for concern is no one other than Julian has access to patch.
> There aren't other devs on this project. Sure someone could submit the
> patch, but looking at the lack of responses from Julian, it could take
> months to have the patches applied.
> --
> Jeremy McSpadden
> On Feb 1, 2012, at 7:24 AM, "Mikael Syska" <mikael at syska.dk> wrote:
> > If its feature complete ... is it then a dying projekt? Then alot of
> > projekts are dying. We only need to see new usages of MS since its so
> > plugable and open source.
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