From: Philippe A. Bouchard (philippe_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-08-08 00:00:20
Yeah I like Notus (kinda looks like Lotus). It is too bad Hephaestus (god
of fire who made efficient labours) is ugly.
Could you prepare a little schedule, I would like to know more about the
timelines given to hypothesises & abstractions, "Hello world"s &
multi-platform issues. We are talking about hard labours here & time
management is a big issue. I am pretty much convinced I know what I am
saying but it would be something else coding it in details. I am in but I
can't affort every day development...!
Brock, does your example compiles with GCC for Windows (MinGW)? Do you have
E. Gladyshev wrote:
> --- "Philippe A. Bouchard" <philippe_at_[hidden]>
> Here are some of my postings on the name and project
> Brock and I liked the Notus (god of the south wind)
> BTW Brock said that he is in!
> I'll be working on setting up the Notus (code name)
> project on sf tomorrow. I think that I've got some
> solid ideas on the basic design (I have been thinking
> on the design for a while before I posted the idea to
> the boost list and this discussion helped me
> immensely). I'll present it on the project's site and
> we can discuss it there. I won't be able to pull it
> off by myself in a reasonable ammount of time. Hope
> you guys will join. Brock, Philippe, everyone
> interested, are we up to this challenge?
> Anyway, now is your last chance to change the project
> code name or convince me that the whole idea is just
> plain stupid. ;)
> Don't know where to start...
> Greek and Roman mythology?
> 'Aquilo' the north wind, the ruler of the winds.
> 'Notus' the south wind
> 'Flora' goddess of flowers and spring.
> 'Arcadia' a district of the Peloponnesus, the home of
> pastoral simplicity.
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