A request for control
bernhard at intevation.de
Thu Sep 21 04:56:21 EDT 2000
Dear Readers of the GRASS community,
due to mail server problems (as I understand it),
Rich's mail was delivered late here and arrived on the
development list almost a day earlier.
Because of this, responses and further discussions
already were posted to the development list.
You can access the thread in the mailarchive (search for the subject)
if you are interested.
(The development list of course is open for everybody interested.)
We (the developers) are grateful for all your opinions and feedback
on grass and how you feel about the development process.
The developers of GRASS5 under the lead of Markus Neteler
are are addressing stability of Grass as primary goal of their efforts.
If you have a different impression, please tell us.
We are happy to explain how we work and improve.
Speaking as one of the GRASS5 developers.
On Wed, Sep 20, 2000 at 05:50:53AM -0700, Rich Shepard wrote:
[shortened to some main points.]
> I'm am bothered by what I see happening to GRASS-5.
> integration and overall usefulness depends on a stable base. And this is the
> cause of my unease.
> I see from the developer's list that too many of us have become wrapped up
> in the development process and have apparently lost sight of the purpose of
> the process: to produce a stable release that works on a number of
> I don't think that I am alone in my unease.
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