[sword-devel] sword-devel Digest, Vol 62, Issue 44

Shedii shedii at bellsouth.net
Sat May 23 13:01:00 MST 2009


Congratulations on the new opportunity the Lord has given to you. I
think that your decision was a sound one and displays a high ethical
standard. May God be with you on this endeavor.


I have been following (lurking) this project for almost two years. I
love the product and hoping to aid in its advances. That say, what is
the prerequisite or need skilled to keep mobile windows alive and well.

Shed Hollaway 

On Sat, 2009-05-23 at 12:00 -0700, sword-devel-request at crosswire.org
> Greg,
> It should be noted I was not forced to drop the project. I chose to
> drop 
> SwordReader due to lack of time to work on it and lack of interest on 
> behalf of others. The choice to leave SwordReader was made prior to
> the 
> job offer from OliveTree.
> It is true however that I have been asked not to work on mobile 
> frontends for Crosswire while working at OliveTree, something I felt
> was 
> a reasonable request and agreed to. I was however not forced in the 
> least to make that decision it was something that I decided of my own 
> free will to do. I could have just as easily chosen to say no to 
> OliveTree and kept my cush job at JPL but I felt the Lord me lead me
> on 
> to OliveTree.
> --
> In Christ,
> David Trotz
> Greg Hellings wrote:
> > Until recently we had one of our members working on a Mobile Windows
> > platform version of the SWORD project.  As I understand it, he has
> > recently been forced to drop this project due to getting a job.  Is
> > there anyone planning to pick up where he left off and continue
> > working on it, or are we going to let mobile Windows go the way of
> the
> > dinosaur for us?
> >
> > --Greg
> >

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