I completely agree with every syllable. I would also love for this thread to end.
-Chris > -----Original Message----- > From: Michael Bowe [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] > Sent: Tuesday, September 09, 2003 3:35 PM > To: vpopmail list > Subject: Re: [vchkpw] Re: Tom's fork of vpopmail (and qmailadmin) > > > Ken and Inter7 deserve credit for all the work they have put > into vpopmail and the associated admin packages. > > Sourceforge is a great place for hosting open source software. > The tracker system allows bugs, patches, feature requests etc > to be handled in an orderly fashion. > > Tom deserves credit for the large amount of work he has put > into both packages since their relocation to Sourceforge. > > It is not in anyone's interests to fork these projects into > "Kens version" and "Toms version". > > So surely the best compromise/solution would be for all > parties to agree that getting a 5.4-stable out the door is the > #1 goal > > To achieve this we could : > > * Grant Ken admin privileges on Sourceforge. Even if Ken isn't > actively contributing to the development at the moment, his past > efforts warrant him to be included as an admin if he wishes > > * Tom remains also as admin, and it be confirmed that he is in > charge of releasing new 5.3.x development builds with the goal > of getting 5.4 out the door > > * Leave the project home page set as the Inter7 site. But update > the Inter7 so it refers any development downloads link back > to the Sourceforge page > > Michael. > > >