[Adium-devl] Suggestions to help people get comfortable with the Adium code
chris at growl.info
Mon Dec 11 17:15:29 UTC 2006
True enough. In either case, #adium-dev on freenode is all setup
permissions wise, and I'm working on channel modes now.
On Dec 11, 2006, at 11:06 AM, disposable at infinitenexus.com wrote:
> Well... to be pedantic about it alphas are a specific type of
> release, and development in and of itself is not a release, so they
> are separate topics. To really get something out of a dedicated
> channel the behavior in the main channel needs to change [i.e,
> direct people with development issues to #adium-dev] and the wiki/
> contact pages updated to state this is a first look resource for
> those working with Adium code.
> - brian 'bgannin' ganninger
> On Dec 11, 2006, at 10:55 AM, Christopher Forsythe wrote:
>> On Dec 11, 2006, at 10:46 AM, Colin Barrett wrote:
>>> On Dec 11, 2006, at 11:25 AM, Christopher Forsythe wrote:
>>>> Why does it matter? We've already got enough #adium-foo
>>>> channels, why start a new one when we already have one setup?
>>> We do? The only one I know of that sees any use is #adium. Also,
>>> it can't be that hard to register a channel.
>> But it does take up Freenode resources to setup a new channel.
>> #adium-devl is registered to Adam who hasn't been seen on irc for
>> more than 2 years.
>> However, you guys seem dead set against #adium-alpha (alpha is
>> for alpha releases, which development stuff would tend to be) so
>> I'm registering #adium-dev now.
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