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Re: Some comments about the current release

On Mon, Apr 30, 2001 at 11:02:36AM +1000, Robert Collins wrote:
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Christopher Faylor []
>> Sent: Monday, April 30, 2001 10:29 AM
>> To:
>> Subject: Re: Some comments about the current release
>>>easy.  There are 0 full time cygwin-net-release programmers.  Chris is
>>>a manager (who codes quite well :] ), Corinna as I understand it is
>>>there for the embedded system development, but is able to hack on
>>>cygwin (For which we should _all_ be grateful!).  And the rest, well we
>>>are all volunteers with some particular itch we want to scratch.
>>Actually, Corinna and I (and DJ) are volunteers, too.  I'm personally
>>working on some signal and path name issues right now but performance
>>degradataion does bother me.  I hate tracking it down, though.
>Hmm, I must have been unclear - I thought that "0 full time
>cygwin-net-release-programmers" would imply that everyone is a

No, you were clear.  This is my poor-reading-skill-itis acting up again.

>>Also, Corinna is a Cygwin engineer, gdb engineer in training.  We don't
>>have much Cygwin-specific work at Red Hat currently so she's slowly
>>transitioning to gdb.
>Sorry Corinna! I muddled my description - I mean cygwin engineer, with
>the focus being for the GnuPro tools - would that have been more
>accurate?  Thanks for the detail Chris.

Well....  Cygwin is technically a GNUpro tool so...

It doesn't really matter.  Your point was clear.  I probably didn't need
to "clarify" anything.


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