[Vimprobable-users] Developer Interview?
mtreibton at googlemail.com
Tue Nov 16 21:37:19 GMT 2010
2010/11/16 Hannes Schüller <hannes at yllr.net>:
> I haven't really talked to the other developers yet, but I'd just like
> to shoot a general 'yes' in your direction. It would be great, of
> course, if there was room for everybody's answers (provided the others
> are willing and interested to do so). I'd say just send your questions
> to me (and, ideally, some general remarks about how much material you
> want, who's the target audience etc.) and we'll work out the rest among
> the developers.
i was thinking of the some of something like this:
* Introduce yourselves -- how long have you been using/developing
what attracted you to it?
* How did Vimprobable start -- and what was the main motivation behind writing
* There's been something of an explosion regarding minimal web-browser, and
basing them on editors as inspiration. Do you think Vi(m) lends itself
well to this in web-browsing, and why?
* Most people will have heard of Vimperator -- what limitations does this
have which make it undesirable for people who have or are thinking of
swithing to Vimprobable. Is this a worthy consideration?
* Does webkit -- the rendering engine used as a basis for Vimprobable --
make it easier or harder to write modal web browsers? Are there any
disadvantages to using Gecko, from Firefox?
* What major features or roadmap does Vimprobable have ahead? Are there any
limitations in any of the libraries Vimprobable might use which will make
these tasks easier or harder?
* At the moment there seems to be two Vimprobable versions. What process
model is used to decide if a feature or bug-fix affects both. Does this
project need both versions, and as a user, which one is best-suited?
* Given the current fad of many similar projects to Vimprobable, what makes
this one more "attractive" than the other ones, in your opinion?
what do you think? with room for other questions if you like. :)
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