Imagine a world in which HyperCard had been open sourced 20 years ago?

Mark Smith mark at maseurope.net
Sat Jun 9 14:32:33 EDT 2007


I'd certainly add my bits and pieces to such a repository....

Best,

Mark

On 9 Jun 2007, at 19:25, J. Landman Gay wrote:

> Scott Kane wrote:
>> A large repository detailing various code snippets and stacks  
>> would be very happy - especially to newer users initially - and in  
>> time helpful to others. Finding all the cool sites with code is no  
>> mean feat when starting out. While this is one of the best  
>> programming lists I know of it'd still be nice to go to a nice,  
>> organized site where everything is at your fingertips and easy to  
>> find (and explore).
>
> I would love to see this happen. Preferably, the site would be at a  
> common, public repository (SourceForge, maybe?) so that even non- 
> Rev people would perhaps stumble across it. This would not only  
> give us a single place to find everything, but possibly increase  
> Revolution's exposure to the general public, which would be a very  
> good thing.
>
> Even though I read the list religiously and have lots of bookmarks  
> to various Rev sites, it is still hard to remember whose site has  
> what and even whether anyone has written a library or plugin for  
> what I need. RevOnline doesn't offer a good search mechanism, so  
> I'm not sure what is there unless I browse through hundreds of  
> entries.
>
> I hope someone will set this up and encourage everyone who has  
> offerings to upload.
>
> -- 
> Jacqueline Landman Gay         |     jacque at hyperactivesw.com
> HyperActive Software           |     http://www.hyperactivesw.com
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