Maintainer wanted for TortoiseHg Windows builds
teekaysoh at gmail.com
Mon May 12 19:49:39 CDT 2008
On Mon, May 12, 2008 at 1:33 PM, Peter Arrenbrecht
<peter.arrenbrecht at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all
> On the TortoiseHg developer list, Steve Borho, the current maintainer
> for the TortoiseHg Windows binary releases, has announced that we will
> soon need a new maintainer. Since I don't know if all of you people
> interested in TortoiseHg are subscribed to that list, I took the
> liberty to mirror his announcement here:
> Steve Borho wrote:
>> I'm hoping someone will volunteer to build these packages in the near
>> future, as I have less and less time to devote to them.
> I'd be ready to look into taking over from Steve. I think it's a
> crucial part of furthering Hg adoption on Windows. However, I have
> little experience with either TortoiseHg or Pyhton on Windows (yet),
> and am not an old hand at Python either. So there would be quite a
> ramp up. On the other hand, I have a lot of experience developing on
> and for Windows, even though I favour Linux these days.
> So: Is there anyone else who would like to take over from Steve? I'm
> not exactly dying to do it. But I would give it a go if there's no one
Naturally, I should pick it up. I just hasn't started gearing up my
system it for it because Steve has agree to help take care of the
'next few' releases.
But don't let me stop you.
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