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Last Build Date: Sun, 03 Dec 2006 02:04:18 -0000

 



Apology and Good News

Sun, 03 Dec 2006 02:04:18 -0000

Hello everybody. This is jamesahart speaking. I have an apology to make:

I'm sorry for not coming here and seeing your bugs. I'm sorry for not fixing these critical bugs much sooner. I'm sorry for ignoring this site for so long. There was almost no traffic on here for the first two years of development, and so the extremely important habits of checking for comments regularly never really happened.

All of this is going to change, however. How much time I spend on MathDrag'n will vary wildly depending on what's going on in my life. However, I will consistently monitor these forums even if nobody is posting, and I will fix the more critical bugs earlier.

I do appreciate you good folks who decide to test it out, and I believe I have fixed the bugs that were submitted. I will listen to feedback and comment, even if it is to say "Can't do that right now."




New webpage

Tue, 01 Mar 2005 21:32:47 -0000

I have created a new web-page and blog about MathDrag'n (my new project name) at http:\\mathdragn.squarespace.com. Check it out!




New interface complete

Sat, 18 Sep 2004 23:04:12 -0000

The refactoring the interface has been finished, and hopefully people will like it better than the previous ones. There is still a lot of work to do, though, esp. on the drag-and-drop options. (Now there's a task that won't be finished until I learn how to program telepathy.)




I'm back on the job

Mon, 06 Sep 2004 19:02:57 -0000

After nearly a year of being out of touch, I'm back and ready to get this project off the ground. I'm afraid that I haven't had much contact with the other developers here, so for the moment, I'm all there is.

I have spent quite a bit of time getting the current version in place and running. It's looking like I'll have a lot more free time this year than I did last, so I'll be able to respond a lot better than I have before. I've also been looking and learning about SourceForge's tools, so I now understand enough to use it effectively.