tangospg and 2008.8 - gui not drawing
marcus.bauer at gmail.com
Wed Aug 13 19:23:38 CEST 2008
thanks for all your interest!!! I'm currently working like crazy and
have a huge mail backlog, so please be patient with me if I don't answer
in a timely manner.
As with any open source project, well written patches that solve a bug
are always welcome.
Example: Pavel Machek has sent a patch that allows to input the lat/lon
for a POI in serveral different formats in addition to the decimal. Cool
patch, easy to integrate, perfect! [appears in the next version]
Another example: some people sent me shell scripts for converting logs
into KML etc. This is great too!
Reading and writing mails takes a lot of time and currently my time is
best spent developing the software.
Mailing list, public svn/git whatever will all come in due time.
Things that can be done right now:
* translate - look into/google for the gettext documentation how
to do this
* spread the word, write in your blog, send me your pictures,
install it on any
can get hold of
On Wed, 2008-08-13 at 15:57 +0200, Petr Vanek wrote:
> On Tue, 12 Aug 2008 14:42:42 +0300
> "Risto H. Kurppa" <risto at kurppa.fi> (RHK)
> >I have contacted the developer (not about this though) to ask if there
> >is a svn repo or something for the community to participate. He
> >(Marcus Bauer) answered that there only the source codes of releases
> >are available currently, he's been developing tango only as a local
> >To create a wider user and developer community around tangogps, I've
> >asked him also if it was OK to start a tangogps mailing list to allow
> >users and developers to discuss these things and submit patches to
> >him. No answer yet, I'll let you know when he answers.
> >And is this patch for tangogps or general gtk stuff.. To me it looks
> >it doesn't have much to do with tango..
> I have also emailed Marcus today with similar questions. I think having
> chance in participation would be very nice and i would also love to
> be included. If he replies you please let us know, then we can talk in
> different place as it is quite off topic here.
> Petr Vaněk
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