Adi Oanca <adioanca@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > Axel Dörfler wrote: > > Hi Adi, and welcome back! I hope (and guess actually) you had a > > great > > time! > Thanks Axel. I had a *great* time and I almost did not wanted to > come back to work (I don't like that much what I'm doing :p). Nice to hear :) > > Note that we didn't come as far as we intended to do, as I got > > pretty > > much taken down by my master thesis and Stephan is busy with > > releasing > > WonderBrush 2.0 on CD. > Well I hope you get a 10+ at your thesis and wish Stephan and Ingo > to sell many many copies of WonderBrush! I'm not so concerned about the rating, I just want to get done, it starts to get annoying :) > > Only a very small part of the app_server refactoring is done yet, > > and > > you still have some weeks that you can use to complete the > > integration > > of your new layer code if you intend so. > A, OK. the problem is that I'm having less and less time for Haiku, > but I'll try to do what I can. It is my intention to leave Haiku.org > (unless > I get a job :p) *but not before R1* as I want to finish the job that > I have > begun almost 3 years ago. [Sorry, life ain't always easy and > pleasing. I am > a family man now, and I have to make sure I sustain it financially > (my wife > is in faculty, I live at my sister's home, credits to pay). Sorry, I > hope > you understand.] Sure, I do understand, and I think you're priorities are about right here, too :-) This should be a fun project in your spare time, not a hard to fulfill duty. > I'll do some refactoring by myself with the new clipping code, > and I will continue to do that where I think it's appropriately. When > you > come back, if you don't like it, you can modify it. :-) Okay, I'm looking forward to your changes! > Have a great time! I'll try :-) Bye, Axel.