Where is Julian?
bbecken at aafp.org
Thu Feb 2 14:24:54 GMT 2012
>>> On 2/1/2012 at 2:19 PM, Jules Field <MailScanner at ecs.soton.ac.uk>
> Sorry about this. My time and energy is limited, and my day job
> 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
> 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
> read-only, that's the next step. I've never used Git or Github
> so don't know what its project management abilities are like.
I'm glad to hear from you and sorry you're being so taxed at work.
Just curious... Would you elaborate on your motivation to change to
> 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
>>> There aren't other devs on this project. Sure someone could submit
>>> the patch, but looking at the lack of responses from Julian, it
>>> 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?
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