It seems there's quite a bit of interest in this installer project.
Quite a few people posting on the discussion here, as well as students
in the Summer_of_Code wiki page. Is it too early to create a github
page, start collecting information and getting people involved?
On Mar 21, 5:55 pm, Christian Hammond <chip...@chipx86.com> wrote:
> The installation work is an entirely separate body of work from the
> post-review proposal. It's not one or the other.
> However, we tend to get 15+ applications each year, and can only accept
> generally 3 or 4, so I can't promise anyone at this point that they'll be
> accepted. We won't be able to make the judgment until the application review
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> On Mon, Mar 21, 2011 at 3:18 PM, Alexander Solovets
> > Does it mean that you reject "ReviewBoard CLI" project? If you need
> > more details I can provide it here. I spoke with other RB users and at
> > least one of them said it would be a good idea. Mostly, because
> > console interface makes it possible to add non-web GUI on the top of
> > it. And a GUI in turn having a well-designed modular architecture can
> > be merged in other IDEs.
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