Speaking of stewardship...

Daniel Vainsencher danielv at netvision.net.il
Sun Feb 23 01:32:24 UTC 2003

Cool. About SM, unless JimB wants to, I don't see why not.

We should have a policy for packages that aren't maintained on SM by
whoever wrote them originally, and that don't yet have a clear
maintainer. Might be a good idea to give them a fixed, well known
password, like "squeak" so anyone can homestead them, or put them in an
"orphaned packages" list in minnow, so people can adopt them.


Ned Konz <ned at bike-nomad.com> wrote:
> On Saturday 22 February 2003 09:56 am, Daniel Vainsencher wrote:
> > Ok, guys, if anybody can help us out here, I think having Zurgle as
> > a SAR that simply installs into 3.4 is a worthy goal. It's probably
> > the best way to demonstrate that even if you don't like Squeak
> > default look, you're not stuck with it.
> >
> > If someone can even just package it, then lots of eyes can look at
> > the bugs, and I'm sure they'll be shallow to someone.
> OK, I'll do that. Shall I register it on SqueakMap also?
> > There are two major
> > > bugs that make Zurgle incompatible with that release. First the
> > > event triggering mechanism semantics have changed, that's
> > > probably an easy fix.
> Yes. Just change #trigger: to #triggerEvent:
> >  Second, the icon morphs in the flaps (and
> > > probably various other places) do not display correctly. I spent
> > > some time trying to hunt the problem down, but no luck.
> I don't know what they're supposed to look like.
> The MorphDock doesn't seem to have its collapse tab. Is that what you 
> mean?
> -- 
> Ned Konz
> http://bike-nomad.com

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