From: Boris (boris_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-04-16 15:59:44
Jeff Garland wrote:
> I think that having a 'bunch of individuals' is a big part of the
> problem. We really need a group of people with a shared vision to
> work together. That way one person walking away doesn't shut things
> down totally.
> Yet we continue to go forth with individual efforts. To me, people
> with time and motiviation should help Hugo with his effort, which I
> believe implements the concepts we have been discussing for years.
> Not perfect, but a good start. If I had time I'd do it myself. If
> this doesn't work, we should really be laying out a collaborative
> plan to start over as a group.
Hugo's code was a one-person effort. The whole stuff I set up on
based on what Hugo and others contributed in the Wiki. This *is* an attempt
to go on with what we have already. Looking at all the discussions going on
here I am not hopeless. The stuff I wrote in this thread was an attempt to
give a summary of the discussions and make some decisions to go on with the
design (as these discussions must lead to something practical of course). I
don't know if this will work in the end. But I don't want to create a
library by myself as I agree that these one-person efforts have proven to
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