[PyKDE] Providing help

J.C.Travers J.C.Travers at durham.ac.uk
Fri Feb 25 19:14:16 GMT 2000

Doesn't sourceforge allow free CVS/webspace etc for opensource projects
like this?
I think the python-numeric stuff is there...


Phil Thompson wrote:
> Pete Ware wrote:
> >
> > Phil,
> >   Perhaps you can take some time to set things up so that we can
> > contribute more.  Developing a list of specific things you'd like
> > done; setting up a CVS archive; coordinating and sending out patches,
> > etc.  In particular, it seems like writing the SIP information for the
> > various classes is something a half dozen people could get done
> > relatively quickly or with at least a lot less drudgery than doing it
> > all yourself.
> >
> > --pete
> You are absolutely right.  (I always thought of myself as the author of
> SIP - PyQt/PyKDE are just ways of testing it.)  I am looking at options
> where I could put in place some of the things you suggest.  I think I
> was wrong in my earlier decision not to document SIP because I was
> changing the API so much - but now is the wrong time to correct that,
> because I don't want to slow up Qt 2 and KDE 2 support.  (I hope the
> combination of Python and KParts is going to be really powerful.)
> What would really help at the moment is some enlightened
> company/individual to keep me in food and beer so that I can do this
> full time. :)
> Phil
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