Thank you for the response, I've been keen about the freeciv-web project
and was hoping to get started on it.
But this mailing list seems to be slow moving, not a lot of traction here.
I've noticed a bunch of tasks defined on the TODO file;
Do they represent the current set of tasks (or direction) for the project ?
If that's so, would it be okay to just add them to the github's issue
I'd be happy to do that, let me know.
On Fri, Nov 29, 2013 at 4:26 AM, Marko Lindqvist <cazf...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On 29 November 2013 00:41, Andreas Røsdal <andre...@pvv.ntnu.no> wrote:
> > Hi!
> > Yes, I think this mailing list is fine for freeciv-web discussions.
> Yes, as freeciv-web is now part of freeciv project organization (move
> we never officially announced anywhere, I think) most of the freeciv
> services should be used for freeciv-web development too, the big
> difference being that freeciv-web has separate version control
> Still, freeciv-web development has been going quite independently
> from main freeciv. Maybe Andreas could make a habit to report here
> every now and then what kind of updates freeciv-web has received etc.
> Also, when do we make freeciv-web development subject to code
> inspections freeciv policy requires?
> - ML
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