[PythonCAD] PythonCAD development slowdown explanation

Kevin Crowley caohaoim at gmail.com
Sun Jul 29 21:16:39 CEST 2007

Congratulations on the job.

I'm in the same boat.


On 7/29/07, Art Haas <ahaas at airmail.net> wrote:
> Hi.
> Anyone checking the list over the last month has noticed I've not sent
> out many emails, and people doing 'git pull' or 'svn update' on their
> PythonCAD repos have seen no new changes. Here's the story - I now have
> a full time job and consequently much less time to work on PythonCAD.
> The periodic contract work I'd been doing over the last year had been
> a nice supplement to my finances, but the bills don't stop when there
> is no work scheduled, and continually pulling money out of savings had
> become an option that was not going to continue to work.
> It took about five months to finally find a job, and I started working
> in the beginning of July. What I'm hoping to do is fiddle around with
> PythonCAD on the weekends as time permits, plus occasional work during
> the evenings after work. As I wrote above, though, I have significantly
> less time to work on the program, regardless of the day of the week.
> There were a couple of patches applied in the beginning/middle of June
> that corrected a few bugs in the last release, and since they've been
> applied I've done very little. What I'll try to do now is aim for
> quarterly releases, so maybe the next release will appear in September.
> Art Haas
> --
> Man once surrendering his reason, has no remaining guard against
> absurdities
> the most monstrous, and like a ship without rudder, is the sport of every
> wind.
> -Thomas Jefferson to James Smith, 1822
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