On Tue, 28 Dec 2004 mso@...
> If you saw on the Cheetah list, I've essentially gotten out of Cheetah
> development so I can pursue other things.
Fair enough. If you're not actively using it for current projects why would you
bother working on it :) Thanks for all the effort you've put into it up
to this point!
> JJ has offered to step in as
> co-developer but is still awaiting your blessing.
He's got my blessing and has stepped up to the plate.
> I think people are also
> curious about your long-term plans for Cheetah.
I'm still very busy with work and other things, but have just done some
hacking/cleanup on its loose ends for the first time in many months. Basically,
it works for me as is so I don't plan to do much aside from bug fix releases and
cleanup of docs, etc. I'll cut the 1.0 release soon. If anyone wants to do
serious hacking on it after that, for whatever reason, I can't promise much of
my time. So long as they have good style, don't break the tests or backwards
compatibility (without at least having config options that preserve the old
behaviour), and run things by the list first, then they have my blessing to
contribute patches or checkins.
> Are you going to PyCon in March?
I'll still be in Spain until March 16th, so I doubt it at this stage. You?
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