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Flag new release + Future of this project #153

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NicoHood opened this issue Aug 28, 2016 · 4 comments
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Flag new release + Future of this project #153

NicoHood opened this issue Aug 28, 2016 · 4 comments

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@NicoHood
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@NicoHood NicoHood commented Aug 28, 2016

Hi,
It has not changed much since the last release, but a few bug were fixed since then. could you tag one more release please?

Also what is the plan for the further development of this app? I've need a lot of PRs from several people which are quite trivial to review. Maybe someone of the community wants to take over the development.

Cheers
Nico

@JoeLametta
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@JoeLametta JoeLametta commented Aug 28, 2016

@NicoHood Don't want to let this post look like an advertisement but: have you checked whipper?

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@NicoHood NicoHood commented Aug 28, 2016

@JoeLametta oh wow! This is actually great, I did not know about this.

You should possibly then flag a new release. I will then ask the arch maintainer to replace his package with yours. A good time would be when you say the new name is ready.

@thomasvs could add a note in his readme that the main work is now done in the fork, so people can get this somehow hidden information.

Get ready for me to test your new project and file some bugs :)

@Freso
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@Freso Freso commented Aug 28, 2016

whipper is not morituri. There's already a whipper package in AUR.

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@ArchangeGabriel ArchangeGabriel commented Oct 17, 2016

FYI, I’ve even sent emails to @thomasvs, to no avail. I think he dropped this project without announcing it. I would say this happened around the same time he’s been recruited by Google…

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