Hi Mario, all,
Yes, I think you are right that zim is mostly driven as a one-man project.
However there are multiple contributors who contribute patches and plugins
(quite a lot actually over time but few at the same time).
Therefore for the last years my focus is on making the core code more
robust and push new features to plugins. I hope this will encourage others
to build upon that. Afraid any deadlines I posted for myself on this have
come and gone again - a lot of other stuff happened in my life over the
last few years.
As for this mailing list, I am reading it quite often, but I try to
restrain myself from commenting too often to allow others to join in
On Wed, Dec 14, 2016 at 4:14 PM mbezzi <mbe...@tiscali.it> wrote:
> Only using zim since 3-4 years, so I can't speak for the past, but for
> some time now I have been under the impression that development slowed
> If I am not wrong Jaap's last post on this list goes back to Oct 29.
> This is free, open source software, so no complaint, and I know very
> well that life imposes priorities.
> I just wonder how much current development model depends on a single
> person to keep things going..
> Is there anything Python semi-illiterates can do to help?
> Thank you,
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