Current arts status
neil at hakubi.us
Tue Mar 30 00:32:52 BST 2004
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On Monday March 29, 2004 3:28 pm, Arnold Krille wrote:
> On Tuesday 30 March 2004 00:01, Bellegarde Cedric wrote:
> > A lot of people are saying arts is dead, i want confirmation.
> If you call stagnation to be dead than, yes, arts is dead.
> I would say aRts is not very active developed, nevertheless it works for
> a lot of people (who don`t complain in newsgroups or write bugreports)
> and gets some fixes over the time and every now and then a new
> But still the internals aren`t actively developed. :-(
> Thats the current status as far as I can see it...
- From the perspective of this applications developer, aRts never was
sufficiently maintained since the KDE 2 days.
Of course, it never helped that most KDE developers were quick to criticize
and slow to help, but that's the way it turned out.
If it weren't for binary compatibility requirements, I'd say aRts should
have been ditched a while back.
Neil Stevens - neil at hakubi.us
"It's snowing, it's snowing! God, I hate this weather."
They Might Be Giants, __New York City__
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