[Webtest] thoughts from the integrator
Thu, 22 May 2003 13:05:14 +0200
as far as I understand the discussion
+) Will Canoo Engineering work on the codebase if it is moved to SF
or maintain a "private" CVS repo. As far as I understand it you also
make some revenue with Canoo WebTest Consulting. And changes to Canoo
WebTest which are not backward compatible might be conflicting with
your valid business interests.
+) If the project is hosted on SF who will fill the admin roles apart
from you. A SF project without committed admin might be doomed
Thanks in advance
On 22 May 2003 at 12:05, Dierk Koenig wrote:
> being the main integrator of Canoo WebTest I followed the latest
> discussions with different feelings.
> - I feel sorry about not being able to do a lot of integration work
> these days.
> My current workload does not allow putting more effort into this.
> Situation is
> not likely to change until August.
> - I very much appreciate all the contributions to this list, be it
> help, patches or new
> features. I recognize that the quality of contributions has improved
> I understand
> the contributor's want to find their contributions in the codebase -
> deserve it.
> - With some-thousand installations out there I feel responsible for a)
> keeping the
> quality level and b) being backward compatible as much as possible.
> I am willing to share this responsibility.
> - I like to see this emerging community of Canoo WebTest users that is
> willing and
> able to share their additions and adaptions. Sharing those e.g. via
> SourceForge seems to be a good idea.
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