I'm only a "consumer" of open source projects, so I have a very little working
knowledge about the rules of Sourceforge and the habits of managing open source
projects, but ...
.. I think that if you and your group want start working on tn5250j there's no
need to wait :
make a fork(), publish it on a public accessible subversion server, inform the
tn5250j* group about your plans, milestones and releases and, In My Humble
Opinion, things will magically happens.
BTW, I'm very interested on tn5250j in order to replace a battery of 5250 java
screen scraping engines ...
So my 2 (Euro) cents : don't hold your breath, "cvs get" the current release,
make a svn vendor branch, synch it with your edition and republish it somewhere.
"Se son rose, fioriranno"
(~~ If it's a rose, it will bloom ~~)
My best regards,
Ing. Davide Grandi
> Date: Thu, 16 Oct 2008 14:48:16 +0200
> From: "Roberto Endrizzi" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: [Tn5250j-general] TN5250J in WDSC/RDi
> Good morning all,
> unfortunately I didn't receive any news from Kenneth and so I
> decided to
> re-post in here hoping he will read and answer.
> But I also want to make myself clear about the meaning of my
> message: me and my group are interested in taking all the project
> up, not
> only being inserted as developers. As I said we work for an italian
> IT-company which uses tn5250j a lot and that decided to give
> us the
> opportunity (intended as working-hours) to work on the project
> to improve
> In case Kenneth decides to pass the administration of the project
> to us it
> will, of course, remain open-source and there's also the possibility
> that we
> will need some external developers.
> Hoping to hear from you soon,
> Best Regards,
> Roberto Endrizzi
This SF.Net email is sponsored by the Moblin Your Move Developer's challenge
Build the coolest Linux based applications with Moblin SDK & win great prizes
Grand prize is a trip for two to an Open Source event anywhere in the world
Tn5250j-general mailing list