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Re: independant project
Agreed on all points. Must sleep, more tomarow.
On Thu, 12 Mar 1998, Erik Walthinsen wrote:
> > Comments?
> Sounds like it could be very useful, especially if you are able to develop
> certain things at the same time.
> Given that such a release would be small in distribution, user-base, and
> new code (i.e. no big UI), it would likely be an ideal way to learn how
> best to do these things.
> What I'd recommend is that you work towards developing the Core/Layers
> idea, as well as developing the entire distribution in CVS with appropriate
> support code to handle unstable/stable/release and the myriad of versions.
> I have many ideas in that area, and I'd love to have a small-scale test bed
> in which to develop them.
> If possible, I would like to keep SEUL involved in this project, not just
> for content, but for method. Developing a special-purpose distribution in
> parallel with developing the necessary support will allow SEUL to do the
> right thing the first time. It'll also help you get it done faster.... :)
> If you have a basic requirements doc, post it here, and we can discuss how
> to proceed. I think developing this would be a logical project for
> dev-distrib to help with, *before* building our own.
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