[sword-devel] New development on Mac

Michael Zappe zapman at zappe.us
Sun Sep 9 10:46:27 MST 2007

I strongly agree with the wiki idea.  I use one for coordinating the  
development at work, and it is a very big help.

The main thing to do with a wiki is to remind people that it's there,  
and to take or transfer their notes into it.

We've also managed to move some of our CRM into it, to help keep  
developers on the same page as to what do do with/for specific  


On Sep 9, 2007, at 4:08 AM, Eeli Kaikkonen wrote:

> On Sat, 8 Sep 2007, Troy A. Griffitts wrote:
>> CrossWire exists to facilitate community development of free  
>> software.
>> Any services we offer are very much available for your work.   
>> Specific
>> to what you've mentioned, we can provide:
>> mailman email list
>> svn source repository
>> Also would suggest:
>> ftp space
>> web space +java/jsp container +wiki
>> end user forum (probably later)
>> a place on our ISO CD image
> I have felt that for developer communication wiki is extremely good,
> as is a spam-free email list and possibly an irc channel. BibleTime  
> has
> a SourceForge project and we use their cvs/svn. MacSword already has a
> SF project too, so why not use that? You can very well start a new
> codebase there. I also suggest that you keep your old name. We have  
> been
> in quite similar situation with BibleTime when there have been  
> plans for
> a new BibleTime2 written from scratch with different technologies.
>   Yours,
> 	Eeli Kaikkonen (Mr.), Oulu, Finland
> 	e-mail: eekaikko at mailx.studentx.oulux.fix (with no x)
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