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g4c9z at unb.ca
Thu Jan 27 12:18:54 EST 2005
Yes, Judd, if it seemed I was putting you or any of the developers down I didn't intend
to. JPilot has been very useful to me in allowing me to avoid using Windows and
because it seems to synchronize better than anything else I've used. The fact that
it's so difficult yet you and others are still willing to try to get it to work is only
a point in your favor. My annoyance is really directed at companies like Palm who,
although you're offering to do all the work in getting *their* devices to work with
Linux (thereby making them more marketable), they aren't willing to so much as give you
the info you need to easily do it.
Quoting Justus Piater <Justus.Piater at ULg.ac.be>:
> I think a word of encouragement is in order:
> Judd, you're not wasting your time. I am one of many thousands of
> happy JPilot users whose life is more pleasant thanks to
> JPilot. Open-source developers like you (and many others on this list)
> are Real Heros!
> Judd Montgomery <judd at jpilot.org> wrote on Wed, 26 Jan 2005 20:07:43
> > Adam Richard wrote:
> >> I just meant reverse engineering (the proper sense of the term) is
> >> so difficult that I'd never waste time doing it.
> > So you are saying I and others wasted so much time on this? I think
> > Palm is wasting our time, but I do not think free software developers
> > are wasting their time on their users. I do see the time coming when
> > we will be and many of us will quit, but that is another thread.
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