hartmans at painless-security.com
Tue Oct 5 15:30:10 EDT 2010
>>>>> "Jeff" == Jeff Blaine <jblaine at kickflop.net> writes:
Jeff> On 10/5/2010 3:21 PM, Sam Hartman wrote:
>>>>>>> "Thomas" == Thomas Hardjono<hardjono at MIT.EDU> writes:
Thomas> Hi Jeff,
Thomas> IMHO, at the end of the day if the Kerberos user community
Thomas> wants to see an on-going development of KfW as a true
Thomas> open-source project then folks will need to contribute dev
Thomas> cycles and/or resources. By that I mean cycles on Windows
Thomas> development for KfW.
>> Thomas, an important part of encouraging such an open-source
>> project is encouraging contributions and particularly being
>> constructive when people do try and contribute.
>> It's my understanding that Jeff Blaine has contributed patches
>> that help move towards trunk code building on Windows. Has the
>> core team responded to these patches in any way?
Jeff> Jeffrey Altman perhaps, not me Jeff Blaine
No. Sorry for getting you confused with someone else. Tom yu mentioned
to me that someone had made some progress towards getting some version
of trunk code after the crypto modularity merge building on Windows. I
thought that was you, but apparently there is some confusion.
Perhaps I imagined the whole conversation or something because I wished
it were the case.:-)
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