let's not become all of a sudden too formal.
cerberos, I am truly not trying to make life hard for you or anything. You know I have contributed both with core changes and made new addons and my only goal is to try and keep a united and strong community, OK!?
cerberos76 wrote:All previous alpha versions (1.30.x series) have been distributed trough my site (the one I had before; I changed domain recently).
I do not see anything wrong with that. It is the only way to ensure fast distribution trough a controlled channel.
I have now also put some nicer features rather then the simple link to the zip file... so will also be even more user-friendly than in the past for other people who wish to experiment with the latest coranto code.
And I plan to put out many more releases than in the past few months, as I have more time now to dedicate to this project.
This is great news cerberos and I think it is excellent if you have nice features when downloading Coranto, canÃ‚Â´t wait to see them. But I still feel that in order to maintain a curtain seriousity and not to confuse any new users to Coranto it is better to have one centralized place to download it from, thats all... I wasnÃ‚Â´t even aware untill now that you had put the 1.30-series on your site for download and actually I donÃ‚Â´t even know the address to your site? You donÃ‚Â´t have it in your signature and the only address I have seen you mention is http://www.-.com
? And please cerberos, donÃ‚Â´t get me wrong here, I am truly glad and curious about your new site! Very nice to see that some of the original core team is still active!
cerberos76 wrote:As for this site: there is a owner who repeatedly stated his views.
I agree on his conclusions that the site is his and he has the responsability to decide how/when to update it. So, no need to add anything more on this. He will update it when he finds time.
So let's put the words at rest and let's make the code speak for itself!
I both agree and disagree. What I agree with is that he is in full power of this site and he does what he likes with it. The problem is that if you donÃ‚Â´t have a good supporting site for a product, you will have a hard time recruting new users. And this site is *the* site for Coranto and it truly needs to take care of itÃ‚Â´s users better than it currently does. And some work can easily be deligated to others that do have the time. So I am sorry cerberos, I canÃ‚Â´t just put the words to rest and let the code speak for itself.