Re: What happed to project and it's maintainer?
> Where did the new maintainer of the
> Instant Web Mail project go..? The
> project looked promising at first, but
> since being handed off to the new
> maintainer, contributions/assistance on
> several small bugs and the project in
> general, have stopped all-together.. Oh
I'm the old maintainer who made Instant Web Mail. The guy to whom I handed over the project seemed eager at first to work on the project - and now, a few months later, he seems to have stopped all work on the project, and he can't be reached via his two email addresses.
I can't do anything about the Instant Web Mail site or code since I can't get in touch with the new maintainer. However, if someone is interested in working on the code, he/she could certainly download the code, improve it, and then release it under a different name (while still keeping the original copyright notices intact).
- Jonas Koch Bentzen
Why another one?
Looking at the PHP Documentation Generator home page left me unclear as to why we need yet another PHP documentation tool. We already have phpDoc (http://sourceforge.net/projects/phpdoc/), phpDocumentor (http://phpdocu.sourceforge.net/), and others as well. While phpDoc seems kind of dead (hasn't been updated since May, 2000), phpDocumentor is very much alive - and it works very well.