[Gtkradiant] project management
Shaderman at gmx.net
Fri Sep 15 07:51:14 CDT 2006
I agree with TTimo and think that at least more frequent nightly builds
would be good to show the
community that Radiant 1.5 is still under development and there's some
I only have a win32 environment at the moment but if I would know the
basic steps to create the
win32 installer, I could try to create and release nightly builds now
and then. Maybe someone can
at least point me to the required InstallShield version so I could try
to figure it out myself. More
information or a small HOWTO would of course be better though :)
Generally, I still like to put some effort into this great project but
it's for sure limited due to my
basic programming skills :)
My idea is to grab some things from the TODO list (those rather
unimportant things) and maybe
I'll try again updating the gtk libs to a more recent version - looks
promising but there's a pango
metric bug that needs to be found and fixed.
Ah and btw - thanks to TTimo for his support!
> Concerning the global direction:
> Shaderman and I had a lot of discussions about the near future etc.
> This is nothing official, just what we two agreed on to do next:
> - commit remaining plugins (already done)
> - merge enhanced texture browser (got final patch from Shaderman
> two days ago, will check it as soon as my system is back to normal)
> - merge light editor (this should take about 2 weeks, since i have to
> reorganize the lighted-code to work with the new texbrowser and fix
> the bugs i will probaly find in my code)
> - add the new icons
> As I am rather new in radiants development i can't guarantee that my
> decisions are always correct (see the beziercurve mails), however
> i'll try to do my best, so have some patience ;)
> Am Donnerstag, 14. September 2006 15:36 schrieb Timothee Besset:
>> Here are the people that currently have write access to the SVN repository:
>> SmallPileOfGibs, LordHavoc and namespace
>> I'm not involved in GtkRadiant development anymore. The last version I
>> contributed to was release 1.4. I still maintain the servers and do misc
>> admin things.
>> The addition of LordHavoc and namespace to the commiters is fairly new.
>> I did that so more people than Spog can look at patches and apply fixes.
>> I don't mind adding new people too once they have contributed a few
>> patches and fixes and the other devs agree on the changes. Anyone can
>> get involved really, post patches here and/or to bugzilla.
>> Spog has made quite a number of changes in the 1.5 release, but I think
>> last "nightly build" installer is a bit dated. The project seems to
>> otherwise suffer from a lack of directions. Maybe it would be time to
>> package up 1.5 into a stable release ( Shaderman was looking at
>> producing installers I believe ).
>> Most of the interest nowadays on GtkRadiant is around Quake4 editing and
>> projects based on the GPL'ed source of the Quake series games. It's a
>> pretty interesting endeavor to support the Quake-tech based indie games
>> out there.
>> bugzilla should not be assigning new bugs to me. If it does I should
>> probably look at fixing that. Feel free to reassign anything that's
>> assigned to me to someone else ( you! ) for fixing.
>> The wiki may be spam trashed, but after a quick scan it doesn't look
>> that bad. Feel free to go through and remove some of it. The top pages
>> are locked so you have to dig to find the spam. I don't feel the wiki
>> has that much importance that I'd warrant converting it to something
>> more solid, that would for instance protect any editing with captchas.
>> Still, if someone wants to undertake the task, I can look at giving access.
>> Ondřej Světlík wrote:
>>> Hello all,
>>> after the last commit I have a few questions.
>>> 1) who is the manager of this project?
>>> 2) is there a list of active developers or testers?
>>> I'm going to install a 32 bit OS to be able to test my changes on both
>>> 32 and 64 bit linux platforms. I would really like to help with the
>>> development, but for now I'm a bit upset.
>>> The wiki is full of "buy viagra" and bugzilla is full of "assigned to
>>> ttimo" ;-).
>>> How about to give it some form and direction? May be I'm all wrong and
>>> everything works just fine, if so, feel free to blame me.
>>> To be understood well, I don't want to throw dirt at the project at
>>> all, there are many great things done, I just want to help. I'm pretty
>>> sure ttimo and others are too busy to do all the work, so let's
>>> distribute it a little ;-).
>>> Best regards
>>> Ondrej Svetlik
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