On Tue, 17 Jun 2003 09:46:30 -0400, Carol Spears <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> On 2003-06-17 at 1448.17 +0200, Rapha?l Quinet typed this:
> [...]
> > Anyway, I think that it is better to discuss this on the gimp-web list,
> > so I will post a more detailled reply to your message on that list.
> > 
> well, this seems like anarchy to me.  perhaps i should just stop mucking
> around with it and see what happens to it.
> mutiny on the bounty?
> Rapha?l, you can call it volunteering or mutiny.  i will only accept one
> of the these two descriptions of this totally audacious email you are
> sending lately.

Woah!  I didn't mean to offend you.  And this is certainly not a
mutiny or anarchy or whatever.  Regarding Netscape 4, I was just
repeating what I wrote a while ago on the gimp-web list.  I pointed
out some problems and suggested a way to solve them (using tables
instead of CSS positioning).  So this problem is not new and you
should not be offended by that.  I also mentioned in my last message
that I would like to get more information about what you plan to do
with wilber because your announcement came as a surprise, did not
explain what was planned and sounded like wilber would disapear on
very short notice.  I am sorry if the tone of my message has offended
you, as that was not my intention.  Maybe I wrote my first message a
bit too quickly because I was both surprised and worried.

> do i need to see about giving you permission to commit to the gnomecvs
> server so this mutiny can be more than just talk?

I have commit access to gnomecvs since a while.  And I would certainly
be glad to contribute to the gimp-web module, if you are not afraid of
letting me change things.  As promised, I have posted a more detailled
reply to both of your messages (you replied twice to the same message)
to the gimp-web list.  It contains a paragraph in which I explain some
of the things I would like to update in order to support older
browsers.  I have also included some screenshots of mmmaybe.gimp.org
viewed in Netscape 4.79 (see http://www.gimp.org/~raphael/web-gimp/).
I am sorry that it took me a bit longer than expected to post my
reply, but I could only write it during breaks at work and it took me
so long that I decided to finish it after work.

I suggest that we continue this discussion on the gimp-web list because
it is a bit off-topic for the developers' list.

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