[GEM Development] ITs been quiet Are we xmitting?
topcatdrc at yahoo.com
Tue Oct 4 20:49:25 PDT 2005
Yep. I goofed. What I was actually checking was
whether I had been 'cut out' from 'transmissions' from
the server (again) or whether it ahd 'crashed'. I'm
glad to say (neither* has/had occurred.
--- "Shane M. Coughlan" <shane at shaneland.co.uk> wrote:
> Thomas Clayton wrote:
> Thomas, you didn't write anything. You just posted
> an old message and
> changed the subject line. However, you seem to be
> asking what's the
> development status on GEM.
> In the last couple of weeks nothing too exciting has
> been happening, but
> for OpenGEM we're on track for the announced release
> of OpenGEM 5 on
> October 17th. There will be a new beta of Project
> Liberation soon, and
> this will constitute the technological foundation
> for the fifth
> generation of the OpenGEM distribution.
> We're not in a rush with releasing things (for
> OpenGEM) because the most
> important thing at this moment is stability and
> testing. We will have
> had about 2,000 downloads of the various OpenGEM
> technologies this
> month, and awaiting user reaction is the main thing.
> The great news is
> that we have had ZERO bug reports so far. It looks
> like both OpenGEM 4
> Update 5 and Project Liberation Beta 3 are working
> pretty well.
> Shane M. Coughlan BA(hons) MA
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