EventRecorder Steward? ( RE: Direct Sensor polling cleanup )
dway at riskmetrics.com
Mon Feb 24 21:24:53 UTC 2003
Actually, I should also mention that the guides Ned Konz and Daniel
Vainsencher are directing the breakout of applications and image detanglement
of Squeak. So they should certainly be aware of who is working on what. I'm
not sure if this means that interested parties should contact them directly,
or if posting to squeak-dev or the SqF list is sufficient. Perhaps they can
comment on this. :-)
- Doug Way
Doug Way wrote:
> Also, if you're going to volunteer to become the steward for a section of
> Squeak as Brent describes, there is a sort of sign-up page for registering for
> these sections:
> This will hopefully prevent people from working on the same thing. But be
> sure to announce your intentions here on squeak-dev before adding your name to
> the table. Currently this page is focused on the more "outer" sections of
> Squeak which can be split off right now. (Things like PWS, Balloon3D,
> Celeste, etc., not something central like Morphic.)
> Also, by signing up to do this, it doesn't mean that you will necessarily be
> stuck as a "steward for life" of the package. :-) Stewardship can always be
> transferred to someone else, or if there is truly no interest in a package, it
> can drift along without a steward until someone steps up later.
> - Doug Way
> Brent Vukmer wrote:
> > Thanks, Sam!
> > I think it would be good if you registered two packages on SqueakMap:
> > --EventRecorder Removal
> > --EventRecorder Installation
> > The 'removal' package would get rid of all instances of
> > EventRecorderMorph in an image, including the entry in the tool bin, and
> > then remove all references to the EventRecorderMorph class, and then
> > remove the EventRecorderMorph class itself.
> > The 'installation' package would install the class and then create an
> > instance in the tool bin...
> > See the B3D removal and installation packages, the Games removal and
> > installation packages -- also see the Connectors package. These are
> > mostly SAR ( Squeak ARchive ) files, which if you haven't looked at
> > before are really just zip files with a few specified members -- see
> > http://minnow.cc.gatech.edu/squeak/779 for more info.
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Sam Adams [mailto:ssadams at us.ibm.com]
> > Sent: Monday, February 24, 2003 12:59 PM
> > To: The general-purpose Squeak developers list
> > Subject: Re: EventRecorder Steward? ( RE: Direct Sensor polling cleanup
> > )
> > Brent,
> > OK, I'll give it a try. It will give me an opportunity to learn
> > SqueakMap
> > better as well.
> > Anything special I need to do/know?
> > Regards,
> > Sam
> > Sam S. Adams, IBM Distinguished Engineer, IBM Research
> > tie line 444-0736, outside 919-254-0736, email: ssadams at us.ibm.com
> > <<Hebrews 11:6, Proverbs 3:5-6, Romans 1:16-17, I Corinthians 1:10>>
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