[kismac] Re: KisMAC Maintenance

  • From: John Warren <xaive1@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: kismac@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Mon, 30 Jan 2006 08:57:00 -0800

I think a forum is a great idea.  It allows for quicker communication
about relavent topics, and allows for 'past information' to be
accessible to those who are jsut stumbling upon Kismac like myself.

I'm new to macs in general, but I have a total love of them now. 
Programming is not my thing (most of my programming is in visual basic
and fortran), but if you needed a moderator for a forum to make sure
it is not abused, I could contribute time.

Kismac is a great piece of software, so I'm excited to see all of this
activity in it.


On 1/30/06, globo <globo@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi Mick,
> I guess that's the way it goes... All the best for your internship.
> They have signed a great guy.
> As for maintaining KISMAC, I have no programming background whatsoever,
> except for some BASIC on my C64 and PASCAL in school. I have some fair
> knowledge on maintaining a website. So I'd be willing to join the
> website-maintanance-team. I'd also like to contribute Ideas, mockups
> and graphics for the site an the application.
> I don't know if german language skills are an Issue, but as a german
> I'd be willing to deal with all things related to that.
> To all of you programmers out there. I don't know what patches and new
> features are in the making right now. I think it would be great if you
> could roll out a couple of binaries, a stable one (v76 ?) and a CVS one
> (for the daring...) Just to show that KISMAC hasn't died. Maybe that
> will attract not just more users but maybe one or two developers.
> One thing I as a user have always missed is a community website for
> KISMAC. Would it be possible to have a Forum (like PHPBB or drupal (my
> preference))?
> globo

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