[kismac] Re: 1.0

  • From: Michael Rossberg <mick@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: kismac@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Sun, 21 Sep 2003 19:51:18 +0200

>> There have been previous examples of excellent packages going
>> mediocre by doing exactly this; I guess Microsoft is the best example
>> of taking this topic to the infinite limit ;-)
> it doesnt make sense to suggest it would be negative - kismac going 
> from
> excellent to mediocre because more programmers get involved? i dont see
> how that could happen if mick is the authority that coordinates them..
> that's the only way it would work well. with my suggestion, i intended
> to off-load mick ( who i think is in uni still ) and get wider
> development in this program i'm a fan of.

in the past there have been numerous patches by a couple of developers 
(see the gpsd patch). and i included of course all of them into kismac. 
i do not see the stability problems either, because i review all of the 
patches and there is currently no cvs (since my server harddrive 
the problem is that there are not too many mac programmers with 
knowledge and time, so patches are rare.


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