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Re: Observation of Exceptional Performance
Wow! I don't know what to say. You are certainly welcome. It has been my
privilege to have the opportunity to contribute to Kicad. I thank you
personally for making that possible. I've always enjoyed working on projects
with knowledgeable people who are passionate about their work. I hope I can
continue find the time to contribute and make a difference.
Most of the changes I have made are not terribly impressive taken individually.
However, over time they add up. I just think in order to take advantage of
some of the new things like your Sweet or Torsten's GAL code, the code base
needs to cleaned up to make those transitions manageable. I will continue to
chip away at that task.
I'm glad to see more developer interest in Kicad and I'm looking forward to
working with our new developers. The future of Kicad certainly looks bright.
On 1/6/2011 10:14 AM, Dick Hollenbeck wrote:
> I would like to take this time to publicly thank Wayne Stambaugh for his
> tremendous accomplishments in Kicad in recent months. The search
> functionality in EESCHEMA is beautiful, the source code improvements in
> terms of readability, structure and logic are wonderful. Hit testing in
> EESCHEMA is better.
> One of the reasons that Kicad is getting more interest is that when folks
> take a look at the source code, they can now see some reason and
> understanding in it. Before, I think they were running away scared. That
> understanding instills confidence. They can now read English comments,
> again Wayne.
> It was his initiative that got a coding standards document out the door.
> Saying hats off to Waynes efforts or thanks for his efforts, would not be
> enough. I say thank you to Wayne for both his efforts and his
> Thanks Wayne!
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