Future/end of TNG (was Re: I don't understand something ...)
bgmilne at ing.sun.ac.za
Mon Sep 25 22:09:15 GMT 2000
I think the most positive thing that users of TNG with reasonable
programming ability (unfortunately that excludes me) is to try and use
TNG as a reference implementation and merge these into HEAD. The first
prize is a HEAD with all the current TNG functionality.
If I had the ability, and more than 1 hour free time per week (which I'm
currently using to learn C), I would help. I am sure there are enough o
capable people out there to help with this.
I am currently only using samba 2.0.7 as a PDC, but am jealous of all
the features I am missing, however, I cannot introduce samba into an NT
environment with TNG.
Kai Blin wrote:
> On Mon, Sep 25, 2000 at 03:40:43PM -0400, Mike Westkamper wrote:
> > Please understand the work here is being done by a few dedicated folks who are
> > not financially compensated for there efforts. Perhaps a little help is in order
> > rather than throwing up of hands and doing what Bill wants you to do.
> > Can you help?
> Actually, that is what I suggested to Luke. I'm currently not in that
> matter, but since I'm just pupil and working only part time, I have plenty
> of time to spare :) just joking :)
> No, honest, I'd like to see the "original" TNG team to go on with this. I'm
> really sorry they got dismotivated in this matter. But still I think even if
> I'm not even one tenth as good as theese guys, I think doing a little is
> better than just sitting back and complaining about life and everything.
> And since I also don't want to run a Win2k server, and our backup server is
> also a BDC, I need samba TNG!
> So, come on, you guys!! There should be _some_ programmers out there!! Let's
> rescue TNG.
> > > > Luke has quit Samba.
> > > > I've stopped to work on Samba TNG, because it isn't any
> > > > more fun without Luke. My complete motivation has gone
> > > > together with him.
> > > > Sander also hasn't got any motivation. (But he might
> > > > comment on that himself)
> > > >
> > > > So, no one is working any more on TNG.
> We could change this. After all that's the concept behind open source!!
> > > > TNG is now something like a "reference implementation", but
> > > > nothing more. (And if it is used as such, is another
> > > > question)
> We don't have to use it as this!
> Don't let me down, folks!
> Kai Blin, Sysop
> University of Tuebingen
> dept. of immunology
> A fanatic is one who can't change his mind and won't change the subject.
> -- Winston Churchill
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