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Re: [GNUe] Re: GNUe (was 'What's up?')

From: Craig White
Subject: Re: [GNUe] Re: GNUe (was 'What's up?')
Date: Tue, 16 Mar 2004 09:45:06 -0700

On Mon, 2004-03-15 at 17:02, Darryl Caldwell wrote:
> On Sun, Mar 14, 2004 at 10:33:30AM +0000, Peter Sullivan wrote:
> > In article <address@hidden>, Derek
> > Neighbors <address@hidden> writes
> > >Yes we have a very real problem with people thinking this project is not
> > >highly viable when it is.  The interesting thing is we actually were at
> > >the core of a study on how to communicate in a distributed world[0].
> > >
> > 
> Hi all,
> Meaning no disrespect to the hard volunteer work you have all done, I will
> continue to bypass GNUe until there is up-to-date docs, more
> traffic on this list, case studies, and screen shots of working apps
> in the field. Is anyone besides Derek and Jason using this stuff? Show
> me.
> I have complained before that all new developments are regulated to IRC
> discussions, which is not a good log for developer serious about
> researching solutions. I don't want to spend anymore time grepping IRC
> logs....
> Sorry for kicking up dust, but I suspect this is what is holding up
> the horde.
and I've been monitoring this list just wondering the same thing, I
think that sourceforge uses the term 'vitality'

It took me a week to get Derek to acknowledge an email and I'm almost
ready to start a new project wondering if I'm gonna get any support at
all. Not meaning to dump on Derek at all, just wondering aloud if this
is going to get critical mass.


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