Where is Julian?
MailScanner at ecs.soton.ac.uk
Wed Feb 1 20:19:45 GMT 2012
Sorry about this. My time and energy is limited, and my day job workload
has increased a lot partly due to the University laying off staff but
increasing the amount they expect us all to do. I just don't have the
time and energy I did. I haven't even had an inflation-matching pay rise
in 3 years. So every day I do more for less.
And I have other projects to work on too.
MailScanner is now on Github. If someone can tell me how to make it not
read-only, that's the next step. I've never used Git or Github before,
so don't know what its project management abilities are like.
On 01/02/2012 15:22, John Wilcock wrote:
> Le 01/02/2012 14:54, Jeremy McSpadden a écrit :
>> 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.
> What about FSL? I would have assumed that Julian has given them full
> access to all the resources needed, and indeed I'd hope that they
> already have solutions to some of the issues as part of their paid
> support. Anyone from FSL care to comment?
> Or is anyone here in direct contact with Julian and could bring this
> thread to his attention?
> Julian Field MEng CITP CEng
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