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Subject: [tetrinext] tint website
From: Brian Russo <brusso@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 28 Feb 2000 00:18:42 -1000
Reply-to: tetrinext@xxxxxxxxxxxx

Hopefully this posting won't have any adverse effects on the participants on 
this list, except Jared may have a heart attack. looks pretty bare now, as Jared has mentioned to many of 
us, this project, like many open source ones, could very easily flounder or 
even fail if developers aren't attracted to it. Although this would seem quite 
apparent to many of us, TINT's rate of development /will/ be contingent on the 
number of active participants :)

Zillidot it would seem, now that he's in college has less time, so while he 
will likely remain a core component of this project, clearly others are needed.
I already have an account on sourceforge, for one humble project of mine, which 
was dropped by the original author, but anyway I'm not going to use this as an 
advertising occasion. I am volunteering to start work on a website for TINT, 
and to act as a general coordinator for CVS/etc. At least until you find 
someone better :)
I can also code C a bit, so I'm up for code review, etc.

All I would really need is the appropriate approval on sourceforge (my username 
is: brianrusso, unsurprisingly), and schematics/information about the proposed 
design of TINT - I'm sure Jared will send me /more/ than enough information for 
this, but the more the merrier.

Let me know what you think.
 - Brian R.
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