request for feedback: pyfmf
fuzzyman at gmail.com
Wed Oct 27 13:44:25 CEST 2004
"Dan Perl" <danperl at rogers.com> wrote in message news:<oOGdnVv0D8jmduPcRVn-gg at rogers.com>...
> pyfmf is a project I started a few months ago and that is registered with
> sourceforge (http://pyfmf.sourceforge.net,
> http://sourceforge.net/projects/pyfmf). It consists of a framework for file
> management, with a console based toolkit (zigo) and a graphical platform
> (zago) based on the framework. Both zigo and zago are still alpha releases,
> addressed only to python enthusiasts.
> I just released a new version of zigo and the first release of zago. There
> have been a few tens of downloads of previous releases of zigo (which is not
> bad) but I never received any feedback (at least I didn't get any bad
> feedback either). I would like to hear what other people think about it. I
> am interested in comments on uses, design, coding or just simply whether you
> think this is interesting and useful. Please take a look at the home page
> of the project: http://pyfmf.sourceforge.net.
I've had several hundred downloads of Nanagram my desktop anagram
maker - I've only had a handful of emails back about it.
In general feedback seems to in the order of < 1%
I'll have a look and if I have anything worthwhile to say - I'll say
> Dan Perl
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