Monday, April 7, 2003 9:09 PM
Dmitry Jemerov to quit Syndirella?
Dmitry Jemerov writes:
I'm really, really tempted to give up Syndirella development. And this is one of the reasons why. SharpReader today has just about everything that I wanted to implement in Syndirella in the next 2-3 months. So, instead of spending time creating Yet Another implementation, I'd rather continue the development of Structorian or a C++/SDL client for DungeonLab.
Ok, this is definately not what I wanted to achieve with SharpReader's release. Syndirella has a loyal following and still has a number of features that SharpReader does not (yet?) have. It would be a shame to see further development abandoned. Of course since Syndirella is open-source, I guess others can pick up where Dmitry left off...
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It's not necessarily a bad thing that someone else defers to your software. It happens from time to time, anyways, as people drift.
You've also got one more intelligent, developer-caliber user; congratulations :)