As Jaap said in an earlier message on this thread, I would gladly welcome help if you can provide it.
Are you still interested, René? Have you done any work like this before? Either way, you might possibly come up with a very different process from me. I'd be happy to walk you through how my process works, and you can decide if you have any interest in helping out with the build process, taking ownership of it, and/or hosting the build. Reply publicly if you aren't interested anymore. Or, reply PRIVATELY and let me know when you can meet on IRC (or via other means) in the next few weeks for an hour or two to discuss this further. I'm very sorry it took so long for me to reply to this. (FYI, I just released the 0.65 build for Windows.) Brendan On Wed, Dec 16, 2015, at 08:35, dehesse...@web.de wrote: > Hello everyone, > > I’ve joined this list after reading Brendan’s message in regards to the > official > Windows 0.65 build. I successfully built Zim for myself, creating my own > (revised) > 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 afraid > 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 > providing > Windows binary builds (along with hosting them/traffic) for everybody to > use. > (I can show you what I've done so far - am I allowed to post links?) > > Let me know what you think. > > René _______________________________________________ Mailing list: https://launchpad.net/~zim-wiki Post to : email@example.com Unsubscribe : https://launchpad.net/~zim-wiki More help : https://help.launchpad.net/ListHelp