[Nitro] Nitro Core Development team

Peter Abrahamsen rainhead at gmail.com
Mon Jan 30 11:26:28 EST 2006

George, all,

Though your presence will be sorely missed, I think that this will do  
a lot of good for the development of the project into a truly open  
project. Enjoy your time!



On Jan 30, 2006, at 5:41 AM, George Moschovitis wrote:

> Dear devs,
>> From February 15th and for at least 1 month I will not be able to
> devote time on the Nitro project. However, as now there are quite a
> number of people using Nitro and/or Og, I am sure we can find an
> appropriate solution to keep this project alive. I am not sure which
> is the best way to proceed and I would certainly like to hear your
> opinion on this. In the meantime here are my thoughts:
> We could take advantage of this fact to stabilize the current version
> of Nitro and build a Core development team. After 0.28.0 gets released
> (about Feb 10th) and for about one month we should try to stabilize
> Nitro, fixing bugs and vastly improving the RDoc documentation.
> Perhaps creating some more screen casts and examples. We should setup
> a Core developer team of about 3 people to be responsible with the
> integration of patches and the release of this cleanup version
> (0.29.0).
> I would like to propose the MotionPath guys, Bryan Sotto and Guill for
> the Core development team.  Perhaps the MotionPath guys could donate
> their darcs repository where the patches will be temporarily
> integrated. And once per week they could send a bigger patch bundle to
> drak at navel.gr where Tasos Koutoumanos (an associate) can grab it and
> apply it to the official repository for other people to grab.
> Alternatively, I would have to find a way to provide access to our
> server to the core team members. I would prefer the first solution
> though.
> As I said, I would like you opinion on all this. I really hope that
> everyone on this list agrees that Nitro is an important project, worth
> keeping alive. I trully believe that this  is a great opportunity to
> stabilize the current code base AND build a more decentralized team of
> core developers.
> regards,
> George.
> PS: I *will* be back to continue improving Nitro and Og. There are
> sooo many things to add, the journay has just started!
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