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Re: A fork of MC

Subject: Re: A fork of MC
From: Leonard den Ottolander
Date: Mon, 03 Oct 2005 23:35:55 +0200
Hi Pavel,

On Mon, 2005-10-03 at 15:46 +0300, Pavel Tsekov wrote:
> Recent events showed me that there is no reason for me to hang around
> anymore. Obviously I've managed to piss everyone involved in the
> development of MC despite the fact that I was trying only to help
> improve MC.

I can handle being pissed once in a while ;) . And I've never doubted
your intentions towards the project. It's just that it's sometimes hard
to communicate with you in a constructive way.

> All my efforts to help with the development i.e.  by reviewing
> and coding patches, debugging, etc are in vain.

Why do you think so? I think your efforts aren't wasted at all. I think
the project has moved quite a bit forward in the last year, partially
thanks to your efforts. It's just that if you work together with a bunch
of people in an anarchistic project like mc you have to learn to deal
with your expectations. This is as true for you as it is for me.

> As such I decided to move
> forward and create a fork of the project. In any case I'll be supporting
> and maintaining the Cygwin package of MC as I did before.

I'm not sure if it makes any difference if I'd ask you to stay on board
or that I would achieve just the opposite but all I can say is please


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