nicolas.s-dev at laposte.net
Fri Dec 3 00:26:29 GMT 2010
On Thu, Dec 02, 2010 at 11:43:55AM +0100, Sebastian Spaeth wrote:
> On Thu, 2 Dec 2010 01:01:42 -0500, Tim Gray wrote:
> Personally, I would prefer to keep a bug tracker in addition to
> discussion through this list to keep a record of things. I would also
> prefer to have a real "project website" rather than a plain github page
> that serves as hub, collecting all information and links. I'd be willing
> to host that site if nobody else does.
I came to the conclusion that things are good enough as is. An official
website is a very enjoying idea but I don't think it's the good time to
Let's the transition finish so that we all be ready to achieve new
things and improve the OfflineIMAP's planet. ,-)
> > I am familiar with Python (I use it for data analysis), but I can't say I've
> > ever poked around a project like offlineimap, so while I can understand
> > what's going on in the code, I'm not necessarily comfortable with developing
> > a program this complex. But maybe I'll get there one day if I can
> > participate with the testing side of things.
> Would be nice, I am just trying to understand the intricacies of
> offlineimap and while the code is quite clean, it's not always that easy
> to understand what happens where for what reasons.
While doing so, I think it would be valuable to document some core
design implementation in an external file to help all of us not that
familiar with the code. Nothing well documented or detailled so we don't
have to worry about maintaining it that much in the long term.
(This is just an idea; I won't be fustrated you're not starting it.)
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