[ros-dev] What Happened
briandabrain at gmail.com
Thu Feb 9 00:36:26 CET 2006
On 2/8/06, Ged Murphy <gedmurphy at gmail.com> wrote:
> Brian wrote:
> > Come on, lets be serious. Having the one public dev list is the no. 1
> > way to keep new devs interested in the project, and to help expose
> > problems such as the hole dirty reversing' , and helps discurage devs
> > from doing such, because everyone will know if they do. On top of
> > that, It provides a place for people to ask things (a rather good
> > place) about the code, and the devs are paying attention to it (kinda).
> Ros-Dev hasn't been removed.
> It's quiet because the whole project is quiet, no development work is
> currently taking place.
> Not only is ros-dev quiet, but so is IRC, as is the private mailing list.
> This isn't anything to do with the developers all chatting secretly
> underground, it's due to the fact that the project is currently lying
> Once the devs have taken a break and taken the time to work out where to
> go next, activity should resume :)
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> Ros-dev at reactos.org
Thanks Ged, i thought i was gonna have to call in a corener, and call it
friend of ReactOS
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