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Re: Vacation from the Subversion project

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2005-05-23 19:04:00 CEST

"Jostein Chr. Andersen" <jostein@josander.net> writes:
> I have a problem: I'm over worked and I'm hitting the wall. The result
> is that I have to step back and find my power again. I will probably
> not have some real quiet time before the New Year 2005/2006.

Completely understood.

> I can, if wanted, continue to make the Windows Installer, but I will
> not develop it further at the moment.
> If it's a big demand to develop the installer further, then I can try
> to get some help from the Inno Setup Community. I think they are eager
> to help and they are dealing with people's demands of an installer on
> daily bases. Branko and a lot of the people who's on the dev list are
> capable to do any needed work as well. The scripting language of Inno
> Setup is an object oriented Pascal, known by many people, very similar
> to Delphi.
> Also, I ask for help to get rid of the branches I made and/or merge
> them into their respective release branches; I don't have nerves to
> even look at them in a browser at the moment.

Thanks for all your work so far!

Unless someone's going to pick up those branches and work on them
actively, I suggest we just remove them. They can always be restored
later, after all.

Jostein, it's these two, right?


> I will monitor the lists and the #svn*'s and respond and participate
> when I feel for it. However: I will try to keep my heartbeat frequency
> below 60 bpm's as much as possible.

Good luck!


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