Sorry for the slow response - December was rather hectic here. Yes, help
is always welcome. Usually Brendan builds the windows port, but seems he is
rather busy last months, so I assume he won't mind anyone helping out.
Feel free to post a link to the binary you have so far, probably more
people on this list that want to try it out.
On Wed, Dec 16, 2015 at 2:35 PM, <dehesse...@web.de> wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> I’ve joined this list after reading Brendan’s message in regards to the
> Windows 0.65 build. I successfully built Zim for myself, creating my own
> version of the build instructions along the way.
> I’d like to offer my help but I’m not sure what I’m getting myself into/
> what the general expectations are (although I’m a developer myself and not
> to do some digging, I don’t speak Python).
> What I’ve seen so far looks well ordered and rather low-maintenance right
> now, that’s pretty encouraging for starters. So I could see myself
> Windows binary builds (along with hosting them/traffic) for everybody to
> (I can show you what I've done so far - am I allowed to post links?)
> Let me know what you think.
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