[Juser] how do you know Pandion

Jesse Thompson jesse.thompson at doit.wisc.edu
Tue Mar 18 13:50:03 CDT 2008


Torsten Bronger wrote:
> Hallöchen!
> 
> Peter Saint-Andre writes:
> 
>> v6543210 at 126.com wrote:
>>
>>> Where can I get the source code?
>> Pandion is not open-source, it is freeware.
> 
> Well, you get parts of its source.  It is enough to change Pandion's
> UI almost completely and to adapt it to a special "branding" (which
> is exlicitly allowed in the licence).  You can also change some
> non-UI things.
> 
> However, in my very personal opinion, it is abandonware.  There are
> lots of bugs, and you have to collect the patches yourself in a
> phpBB forum and apply them.  The developers denied to set up a
> mailing list or something that resembles a bug tracker.  There is
> only the web forum, with one idler (a non-developer).  Oh, I just
> see: He has left in Oct 2007.  Now, there are almost no replies
> anymore from anyone.  I once sent them updated translations for
> German and never got any feedback.

Too bad.  I actually like Pandion a lot.  I might actually use it if I 
were a Windows user.

Jesse

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   Jesse Thompson
   Email/IM: jesse.thompson at doit.wisc.edu

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