At 02:44 PM 1/21/99 -0600, Jason L Tibbitts III wrote:
>I don't really know. I'm getting a lot of good feedback from SRE, who has
>uncovered some things that really need to be fixed before anything like
>that is even contemplated. Plus there's the issue of documentation, but
>something is happening with that now, too.
Anyone with a little spare time that can help with programming should
step up to that challenge! I know a bit about Perl, but not enough to
go digging into the guts of the Major. I can, and have, done something
about the help files. I will do more on documentation if there is a
call for it (like a HTML version).
>What's the point in going "beta" if
>nobody is willing to work on it? I need someone else to say "I really want
>to write some code"; if nobody's willing to do this then I don't see why I
>should label it as something other than a project I'm working on in my
Mj2 is competitive with commercial products on features. It is a huge
step forward, and should quickly become the standard if people will
offload Jason a bit. Anyone interested?
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