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    Default Re: Bumblebees on the road again!

    2 fullmetalcoder:
    Maybe you need some help in this project? I'd like to take part in developing

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    Default Re: Bumblebees on the road again!

    hello boys (and girls ! Sorry GreyGeek if I didn't think you could be interested in my project )

    Ok I see that a lot of people are interested in my work and it makes me feel happy!
    Sorry if I didn't answer you earlier, anyway, let's do it right now :

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    Originally Posted by Cesar
    2 fullmetalcoder:
    Maybe you need some help in this project? I'd like to take part in developing


    It seems you are not interested
    Anyway, take a look...
    1. Line numbers and cursor position display fixed
    2. Did some code cleanup here and there
    3. Added some tr()'s
    4. etc.
    You could see Changelog...
    I am interested!!! I just didn't have time to tell you!

    thanks for all your bug reports! I'm gonna try to fix the highlighting and the cursor stuffs.

    hobbits of the dark side are mad at me! I've got to leave!!! See you...
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    Smile Re: Bumblebees on the road again!

    Quote Originally Posted by fullmetalcoder
    I am interested!!! I just didn't have time to tell you!
    I'm happy you are Have you taken a look at my fixed version?

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    Default Re: Does anybody want to join the aid creating DevQT?

    Quote Originally Posted by Cesar
    If everything will be ok, and we won't leave the project, we could ask wysota to create a special forum for DevQT.
    First you should choose the name, so far you have two: "Bumblebee" and "DevQt".

    Have you registered your project on SourceForge or other similar site? It will be much easier for you to work using some revision control system (I would suggest Subversion).

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    Question Re: Does anybody want to join the aid creating DevQT?

    Quote Originally Posted by jacek
    First you should choose the name, so far you have two: "Bumblebee" and "DevQt".

    Have you registered your project on SourceForge or other similar site? It will be much easier for you to work using some revision control system (I would suggest Subversion).
    Dear jacek, I'm not sure, whether this project will last for more than a month... If not, then there's no need to register it on Sf.net.

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    Default Re: Does anybody want to join the aid creating DevQT?

    Quote Originally Posted by Cesar
    As far as I can see, the idea of this project make much sense to forum people. There were plenty of suggestions, ideas, bug reports, etc, etc...

    2fullmetalcoder: May I suggest people to join the project? You'll become the project leader
    As I already mentioned, I would be glad to join you and will do my best improving DevQT. If everything will be ok, and we won't leave the project, we could ask wysota to create a special forum for DevQT.
    Nice! I'll be happy if a team could be created. I mean a real team where people share ideas, select the best ones think together about implementations...

    Quote Originally Posted by Cesar
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    Originally Posted by jacek
    First you should choose the name, so far you have two: "Bumblebee" and "DevQt".

    Have you registered your project on SourceForge or other similar site? It will be much easier for you to work using some revision control system (I would suggest Subversion).


    Dear jacek, I'm not sure, whether this project will last for more than a month... If not, then there's no need to register it on Sf.net.
    Actually there's no fixed name! There was a duscussion about that on the thread "Rich Text Tal Vol1" but no solution comes... Waiting for ideas!

    dear Cesar, why are you so pessimistic??? Even if I have to do everything on my own (except rebuilding Qt from scratch ), I'll keep developping DevQt (or wathever its name is coming to be!)!!!!
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    Default Re: Bumblebees on the road again!

    Quote Originally Posted by fullmetalcoder
    dear Cesar, why are you so pessimistic???
    I am not... I'm realistic... Ok, here are some suggestions:
    • Let it remain DevQT
    • As a project leader, you should maintain roadmap, commit patches, assign TODO's to coders
    • Consider me joined the team

    And please, don't hurry up registering it on sf.net

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    Default Re: Bumblebees on the road again!

    Quote Originally Posted by Cesar
    I am not... I'm realistic... Ok, here are some suggestions:
    • Let it remain DevQT
    • As a project leader, you should maintain roadmap, commit patches, assign TODO's to coders
    • Consider me joined the team
    And please, don't hurry up registering it on sf.net
    • DevQt? Yes Sir! at least until a really nice name comes...
    • roadmap and so on... Once again, Yes Sir! They're coming soon (ASAP means holidays i.e. next WE)
    • consider me as a happy guy!
    SF.net : I've never registered any project there so I won't hurry!
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    Default Re: Bumblebees on the road again!

    Quote Originally Posted by fullmetalcoder
    how do you decide to make a thread "sticky"? And why especially this one?
    I made it sticky just to make sure it doesn't get lost between other threads.

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    Default Re: [DevQt] Team & project management

    2 Cesar:

    would you mind explaining me where are the "cursor position mess" and "various memory leaks" fixes in the code you posted a few days ago? I did find the dialogs stuff but that's all.
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    Exclamation Re: [DevQt] Team & project management

    Greeting to all the Qt community! I'm so sorry for being silent for so long -- I was busy due to the fact I'm changing my job
    As far as I can see we do really need some project hosting!!! It's an emergency, now I realized that. Could someone explain me, has elcuco already registered it somewhere? If not, I suppose we should create a poll and let everybody express his opinion about what hosting to use, because it not only the DevQt developers to choose!

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    Default Re: [DevQt] Team & project management

    Quote Originally Posted by Cesar
    Greeting to all the Qt community! I'm so sorry for being silent for so long -- I was busy due to the fact I'm changing my job
    As far as I can see we do really need some project hosting!!! It's an emergency, now I realized that. Could someone explain me, has elcuco already registered it somewhere? If not, I suppose we should create a poll and let everybody express his opinion about what hosting to use, because it not only the DevQt developers to choose!
    I have asked berlios for hosting a new project called "DevQT" or unix name "devqt". As soon as I hear from them, I will reply here with more details. FMC gave me green light, after all, I am working for him

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    Default Re: [DevQt] Team & project management

    Quote Originally Posted by elcuco
    I have asked berlios for hosting a new project called "DevQT"
    So you are writing IDE for QuickTime?

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    Default Re: [DevQt] Team & project management

    Quote Originally Posted by jacek
    So you are writing IDE for QuickTime?
    And you'll be writing it in Qt?! Great! What a coincidence! QT and Qt together!

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    Default Re: [DevQt] Team & project management

    You know, until this very moment I had never asked myself this: what on earth does Qt stand for? "Quick toolkit?" "Quit tk?" "Quality tacos?"
    My philosophy is: If you can use a free, open-source alternative: do it. And if you can't, pretend it's free and open-source and hope you don't get caught.

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    Default Re: [DevQt] Team & project management

    Quote Originally Posted by michel
    You know, until this very moment I had never asked myself this: what on earth does Qt stand for? "Quick toolkit?" "Quit tk?" "Quality tacos?"
    http://www.qtcentre.org/forum/showthread.php?t=246

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