[Lazarus] Promoting Lazarus: A Case Study Video
Brian Chalega da Silva
brianchalega at hotmail.com
Wed Feb 25 19:53:00 CET 2015
On 25-02-2015 14:10, Marcos Douglas wrote:
> On Wed, Feb 25, 2015 at 1:40 PM, Anthony Walter <sysrpl at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Go back to a mailing list archive, other people have made suggestions which
>> ';ve implemented.
>> Including making it clear who I am and why, linking back to the official
>> sites on every mention of Free pascal or Lazarus, that these versions are
>> tests and are being updated accordingly, and a page dedicated to doing it
>> Build scripts and instructions are mirrored on github:
>> Here is a link to other material I've released in the past as well as other
>> walk throughs:
>> Codebot.Cross, which includes a new cross platform graphics rendering
>> interface, is a port of this my Delphi content which was first released more
>> than 10 years ago:
>> I've thanked Sven Barth as well as the rest of the team multiple times. I've
>> also offered to spend time enhancing the Lazarus code tools:
>> Everything I've done has always been released for free, without ads, and
>> I've never asked for anything in return. I've only given. I say this because
>> I'm not sure if you're thinking this is some elaborate trick. I assure you
>> it's not.
> I think the only "problem" is using not stable versions... that's all!
> Your codes are amazing. Please, do not stop -- coding, getlazarus.org,
> etc -- just think if is better use stable versions.
> Best regards,
> Marcos Douglas
> Lazarus mailing list
> Lazarus at lists.lazarus.freepascal.org
Yes, don't stop contributing, I like the idea of the installer script,
it makes cross
compiling so much easier, a thing that is very tricky to setup manually,
for new users. I only took a brief look, but it (the script) has many
and the code is quite clean, which is very nice too.
But I understand the concern about the version used, and the naming, and I
guess it would be good to have it explicitly in the website that it is a
(not sure what the correct term is), and not a project endorsed by the
Lazarus project. (and of course, the big fat warning when using unstable
Just my 2 cents :)
Brian Chalega da Silva.
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