New Visual Editor ?

Mike Kerner MikeKerner at
Wed Apr 16 10:49:48 EDT 2014

no new gui until I get my t-shirt.

On Wed, Apr 16, 2014 at 10:46 AM, Richard Gaskin <ambassador at
> wrote:

> Richmond wrote:
> > The main thing, as far as I'm concerned at least, is not how long
> > it takes (lesson number 1: everything takes longer than one's
> > estimates), but that it has not been quietly dropped.
> One thing I've learned from Kevin in our CM meetings is that he and the
> rest of the team are all very committed to delivering the Kickstarter goals
> Yes, many are taking longer than expected, and other goodies have managed
> to find their way in along the way when the opportunity strikes (often
> through contributions from the community - thank you Jan, Monte, Mark
> Wieder, and the others!), but the Road Map is a good reflection of the
> Kickstarter goals, and the Release Notes a good measure of their progress.
> > As self-appointed gadfly I do find myself, from time to time,
> > stinging a bit, largely owing to things that probably are
> > happening, but the "Great Livecode Public" are not being
> > adequately informed about.
> Agreed, and that's often part of the role of a Community Manager on an
> open source project like LiveCode:  the core dev team often has their head
> so buried in code that it's easy to overlook opportunities to engage with
> the community, to let them know more about all the hard work they've been
> doing.
> The only truly useful software is the software in our hands, but of course
> with complex projects that takes time, and the long process often has
> segments of the work that aren't visible to end-users.
> But with an open source process, visibility is a key component to
> community engagement, so a Community Manager can help keep the flow of
> information moving in both directions.
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