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Re: one more on board

From: Raphael Mack
Subject: Re: one more on board
Date: Fri, 18 Feb 2022 21:40:34 +0100
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Hi Patrick,

thanks for joining! I hope you find your place in our team.

For all in here interested in contributing let me summarize a few

- The project is hosted on GNU Savannah: (yes it's aged and
... but, for now, let's focus on actual improvements)

- We have a machine running tests automatically (named ET) on commit to
our main git repository - see 
The test results are here:

- ET is also pushing the changes to a replicate on github. Pull
requests on github are also acceptable and we merge them into the
upstream repo - for all who have github membership be careful to to
merge them into the github repo

- tasks and bugs are tracked in

- So far each release since we are LibertyEiffel was driven by another
team member. Next release will be named curtiss and we a searching for
a volunteer to drive that next release :-)


Am Mittwoch, dem 16.02.2022 um 07:46 +0100 schrieb Patrick CLOAREC via:
> Hi all,
> I'm a software engineer. I closely followed the development of 
> Smalleiffel at the end of the 90's but never contributed to it.
> Now, I'd like to be involved in LibertyEiffel, as well as Gobo.
> I have a strong professional background in C (not by choice,
> actually), 
> I have used many languages, mainly Eiffel, Erlang, C, C++, Java and 
> assemblers, for 30 years, but I definitely consider Eiffel as the
> best 
> designed language by far.
> I have rediscovered Liberty Eiffel last week, and I'm really happy to
> see it as an active project again.
> I think that the priority is the one Eric Bezault has pointed out : 
> interoperability between ISE, Gobo and Liberty.
> I'd be really glad to contribute to Gobo's and Liberty Eiffel's next 
> developments !
> Patrick CLOAREC

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