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Is anyone out there?

Are there many active users of iJournal out there? I am starting to wonder if we have a user base, at all, anymore.

I have seen very little work going on and very few users posting so I am wondering if there is any interest in the work I have been doing on the DEVEL_1 branch. I am beginning to wonder if all the time I am putting into this is simply going to go to waste. Is anyone out there still using iJournal and interested in its on-going development? I can package up a binary of what I have right now if anyone is interested and I can keep working on it but I have a full-time job and a distance education course for the next four months while on my last co-op term so it would be nice to have some help from the other developers or, at least, some enthusiasm from some interested users to keep me focussed.

The re-factoring is nearly done and this will let us do some neat stuff in the future.

So, am I the only one here or is anyone else interested in this?
...Nights

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cryo
May. 14th, 2004 02:06 am (UTC)
oh quit whining and push the changes to trunk when they're ready ;).

iJ has been around for a long time, and will be around with people working on it when they have time. That's why it's open source. As for people who have switched to Xjournal, great for them. It shows that Fraser has some good ideas and wanted to go with them rather than work on iJ, which is fine. iJ is free, the source is there... even if it's just something that _I_ use, it's a good thing(tm) :).

The omissions highlighting the differences between iJournal and Xjournal will be addressed, as well as new features added that I've been working on but haven't completed yet... however things have changed in my life recently :).

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