[isf-wifidog] errors in fresh install of cvs head

Michael Lenczner mlenczner at gmail.com
Dim 25 Déc 18:35:52 EST 2005

also rob i'm looking for some money to get some documentation done on
wifidog.  we know that's a problem as well.  it's included in the
grant applicaiton i'm currently writing.


On 12/25/05, Proulx François <fproulx at edito.qc.ca> wrote:
> >
> > In my opinion, it would be nice if the code on sourceforge didn't
> > have these visibly apparent errors in it.
> >
> I will try to make sometime during this week to install from a fresh
> CVS copy to sort it out ...
> > As an aside, you guys really need more developers involved more
> > familiar with the rigours of installing wifidog on fresh systems,
> > using the tools posted on sourceforge rather than somewhere in
> > Montreal.  Am I really the first one in?  I am definitely getting
> > mixed messages here, being taken to task by Benoit about Database
> > stuff, and now Max thinking I haven't done my homework.  Do you
> > guys really want code checked in from other sister sites?  Do you
> > really want developers involved not physically in Montreal?  Sorry,
> > I just have to ask.
> We do want check in from people outside Montreal. In fact, Max is
> from Berlin and we are very pleased of the contributions he made in
> the past 2 months. As all of us are involved in this project on a
> volunteer basis and have either school or work communications are
> definitely not as good as they could be. Most of us are aware of many
> of the issues, including improving the database abstraction etc...
> but with most of the original creators pretty busy right now, we
> don't have lots of time of actually sit down and write a bunch of
> clean, comprehensive roadmap and documentation. I know it's really
> painful for everybody. I will try to work a bit on wifidog this week,
> but I also have to rest a bit, as the past few months have been
> pretty exhausting.
> In short, yes Rob we would be pleased contributions from you, but
> without a good roadmap and without making sure developpers know where
> the project is heading we cannot engage in serious modifications to
> the core foundations (database etc...).
> See ya
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