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Shaya Potter <spotter@cs.columbia.edu> writes:

>yes, yes. I of course agree, just saying that if someone really wanted
>to do it, banging out a skeleton solution that can be filled in
>shouldn't be "that" hard. Getting it "right"(tm) would be tougher, but
>I think doable. The reason I think no one has done it, is because no
>one is really that interested.

The main problem of open source software development and open source
programming is, that most developers bang out a cool "skeleton
solution" or a "two weeks project" and after that, hope that some
volunteers will fill up the spaces that they left when they turned to
the next "cool skeleton solution".

Thats' why 90+% of the project on sf are dead and of the rest, most
are in a "beta" state.

Regards
Henning
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