[TxMt] Re: TM2
zhouyan1014 at gmail.com
Sun May 30 16:42:02 UTC 2010
If he have some progress to share with us, I'd like to hear. If he's merely going to talk about why it is not finished, I don't understand why he ever bother to talk about that.
Those who are still here don't need any explanation. Be serious, there are many excellent software with releasing cycle more than three years. And this is certainly true for a text editor. Think about Vim, last major upgrade, 7.0, was released four years ago. And I think many of us truly understand why Allan cannot release anything now and don't need his explanation.
For those who "lost hope", whatever you explain to them, they will still be angry and post offensive things.
I confess that I am among those who desperately want TM2. But still, I don't see any point to talk about why it's not finished yet. I think he can just work silently and tell us something excited when he is ready. If there is anything make me lost hope, it's not the truth that TM2 may not come out eventually, but TM1.5 may be dead someday. It has some compatibility problem with snow leopard. Though most of them have a work around or been fixed. But what about next Mac OS X? But if I remember correctly, Allan had talked about his failure to maintain updates of 1.5 before.
On May 30, 2010, at 2:56 PM, Tobias Jung wrote:
> Yan Zhou <zhouyan1014 at gmail.com> wrote (Sun, 30 May 2010 06:43:33 +0100):
>> My suggest is that you stop talking anything about TM2 unless you are
>> going to release anything. I don't think there is anyone want to hear
>> anymore from you explaining why it is not finished.
>>> On 29 Apr 2010, at 22:28, Tim Harper wrote:
>>>> [?] Things have been awfully quiet about TM2 for the last several
>>>> months. You've claimed you are still working on it, but I've just
>>>> about lost hope. There are no signs to reinforce my faith that TM2
>>>> will ever become a reality.
> So it's wrong that Allan does NOT talk about TM2 for a few months, and
> then again it's wrong WHEN he talks about it?
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