ailmanki at gmail.com
Mon Feb 13 03:45:02 EST 2012
I have thought kinda to long about this, sorry for late reply.
Maybe more people would continue development, if there would be a list of
bugs and feature requests.
What I want to say with all that, is that I believe a
Bugtracker/Tickettracker would help attracting Developers. The inverse
leads to loosing knowledge, no developers = no bugtracker, developers = new
(I kinda often find google linking me to the old zerowing bugtracker which
I understand there is one huge problem, it needs at least one
administrating that tracker, and I guess the developers should do that, so
we end up with no developers - no bugtracker.
In that case, yes a list of all Forks would be excellent, the ones I know
A thread on Quake3 world:
(Following link I suppose is not save for the future I guess; thats why I
think the link to the git is better)
Thanks you in any case
On Thu, Jan 5, 2012 at 7:50 PM, Ben Noordhuis <info at bnoordhuis.nl> wrote:
> On Thu, Jan 5, 2012 at 16:15, Timothee Besset <ttimo at ttimo.net> wrote:
> > I think that would make sense if there were active developers.
> > Rambetter was the last active contributor, and I'm not sure if he
> > plans to do anything further with the current release. If he does then
> > getting a bug tracker up somewhere could be good.
> > My primary goal at this point is to safekeep the source code and the
> > 1.4 / 1.5 / 1.6 release lines somewhere. I just don't have the time or
> > interest to further the development at this point. There is a number
> > of forks of this code, I would like to keep track of them and have
> > this list act as a general hub if that makes any sense.
> > TTimo
> Can you mirror (or move) the code on GitHub? I (and presumably others)
> would contribute more if there was a simple "fork, hack, send pull
> request" cycle.
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