[Gtk-sharp-list] Anyone Interested in a GTK# Forum.

George Farris george@gmsys.com
24 Feb 2003 20:04:48 -0800

On Mon, 2003-02-24 at 08:12, Jeff Perrin wrote:
> On Sat, 2003-02-22 at 16:54, Miguel de Icaza wrote:
> > A piece of software that we desperately need is one to manage the
> > documentation process.   How can people "register" for authoring a
> > class, and allow others to see who is working on what, and so on.
> > 
> > Our current effort is being hampered by lack of good tools.  We are
> > currently using a bugzilla bug to track things, and we depend on people
> > posting there or on the mailing lists things like `Am doing XXX' 
> > 
> > Such a site would help here.  A feature we could implement is a
> > `timeout' feature.  In which we would return to the pool of undocumented
> > classes those that have been claimed, but never contributed to.
> I would love to give this a go.  There are only a couple of conditions:
> 1.  I'd love to use asp.net w/ mysql or postgresql, but somebody else
> would have to host it.
> 2.  I can't start for probably another 2 weeks (once my current contract
> is up).
> If that sounds good, and you don't find anybody else interested within
> the next little while I'd be more than happy to take the task.  Just
> send me a feature/wish list for the site, and I'll do the rest.

If you give me a couple of days I can set something up.  Never tried to
use ASP.NET before though.

George Farris <george@gmsys.com>