On Fr, 29 Jan 2010, David Lowe wrote: > Mr. Holland, you seem to be implying that people being excited about > PUAE is somehow a bother to Mr. Tufan, and that things would be better if we > all just went away. Please don't take this personally, but i think that Mr. > Tufan is capable of speaking for himself. If anything, PUAE is as likely to > stagnate as the others without some user interest to maintain the coder's > motivation... On the contrary, I'm speaking for myself; and you're putting words in my mouth. You've misunderstood my response and it's intent. As it's 6 am and I just returned from an emergency response session, I'm not able to respond fully to this, but here's the short of it: I've seen this "you programmers must do it our way! AND NOW!" attitude cause other emulation projects to END. Oh, and I don't see Mustafa's earlier projects stagnating, I see them complete and running on the hardware they was intended for. He did that without the "help" of the people on this list micromanaging his project. I know he'll complete the project without the list, but it's good that he's asking us for our contributions. After all, his focus is NOT on multiplatform - it's on a specific platform; but he's offered us his source so we can use it on OUR platforms. Heck, he's contributed to Vice and Mame - helping those get running on the Gp32x. So no, I just don't see Mustafa's project stagnating. Sorry you do, though, as I really don't think he needs OUR help. We need HIS.