Re: What's happening at MC's headquarters

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Marcel Pol wrote:

> I'm wondering what the state of MC is and where it's going. There were
> plans of a new release, but apparently it's not really happening yet.
> Also, I don't see many developers around anymore. I'm wondering how
> many active developers there are currently. I though Pavel Tsekov was
> the current project leader, but his last mail on the mailinglist is
> from March 2008, which is more then half a year ago.
> I would really like to see MC florish again, I love the software, and
> couldn't live without it. I am a happy user, and also quite happy with
> the rather nasty bugs that have been fixed in the last couple of years,
> and the new features and improvements that there have been.
> I have no doubt that if this project doesn't carry on, that people on a
> different place will pick it up, like the people at Redhat currently
> seem to be doing. They are posting their work in MC's bug-database,
> where it can be picked up it seems. 
> I'm just wondering what exactly is going on, and what the state of
> affairs is. Are there any plans to move this project forward?

Hi, Marcel.
I'm don't know the reasons why developers can't further develop the
Midnight Commander project too. :(

But may be this project is more interesting to you:

Some in resource by link in Russian, sorry. But your messages in English
(suggestions, comments, bugreports, etc) always are welcome.

We (a new developers team) are now prepare mail to this maillist for
transfer to us the name of "Midnight Commander" (mc) and the main
branches of develop.

WBR, Slavaz.
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