Shaul Kedem shaul.kedem at gmail.com
Wed Jun 22 22:31:42 MST 2005

 I think that the main issue here (and correct me if I'm wrong) is
that while there are few who can radically change the codebase, there
isn't much out there to do, in terms of new development,

 I think that in order to get any project going you need:
 - Active research
 - Developers
 - Testers
 - Users

 Just my 0.002c


On 6/22/05, Adam D. Moss <adam at gimp.org> wrote:
> Tanguy Fautre wrote:
> > The main problem with ODE is the lack of active developers who can take
> > care of the project. I fail to see how a third CVS branch would help
> > solving this problem.
> Agreed.  Actually it was generally thought that the bottleneck
> presented by the fairly closed development was what was discouraging
> developers, but the UNSTABLE branch has existed for several months
> now, and, apart from some patches which were already floating around
> at the time the branch was created, hasn't seen very much love.
> I think ODE is basically a pretty specialist area with plenty
> of people capable of lightly pecking at the codebase but very few
> developers who are confident (and available) enough to contribute
> something deep and radical very often (it does happen sometimes,
> though).
> --adam
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