OpenC++ project

From: Ian Jackson <ijackson(at)chiark(dot)greenend(dot)org(dot)uk>
To: Grzegorz Jakacki <refactor(at)staryhutong(dot)com>, board(at)spi-inc(dot)org, spi-general(at)lists(dot)spi-inc(dot)org
Subject: OpenC++ project
Date: 2004-11-05 15:55:52
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Grzegorz Jakacki wrote, a long time ago:
> My name is Grzegorz Jakacki, I am a team leader of OpenC++ software
> project ( OpenC++ is a mature open-source C++
> program transformation framework, distributed under non-copyleft
> open-source license.

I'm sorry we've spent so long procrastinating.

Can I ask how many developers you currently have working regularly on
your project ? What other Free Software projects exist that build on
your framework, aside from Synopsis ? I'm trying to get an idea of
the significance of the project.

> I am writting to solicit information about possibility of winning support
> of Software in Public Interest for OpenC++.


> Recently I worked together with Stefan Seefeld who is a project leader of
> Synopsis, a project hosted at SPI. Synopsis is in part based on OpenC++,
> and recently Stefan and myself came to conclusion that the common part of
> those two could and should be factored out and extended into reusable
> library, nicknamed OpenC++ Core.


> As Synopsis is hosted at SPI it would help if OpenC++ Core could be hosted
> here too. Thus my question is how should OpenC++ Core project apply for
> hosting at SPI, what information should it provide to support application,
> and what is an expected timeframe for SPI to decide on this matter.

Are you just looking for CVS hosting, domain hosting, mailing lists,
and the like ?


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