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. I just need a good incentive to work on it again.
My incentive for working on version 0.1 (and 0.1.1, which I released when I realized 0.1 was broken) was the O’Reilly Open Source Convention 2004. Since then I’ve received e-mails about it from about a dozen people. That’s over the past six months.
It’s a little disheartening. 🙂
I’ve had other things take up my time, and not a lot of motivation to get Abacus going forward again. No one has filed bugs or offered patches to it, and no one’s indicated they’re actively testing it. (I’ve had a couple people, including one today, who said they want to see it working in N|vu, but there’s a N|Vu bug with XPInstall that stops Abacus in its tracks.) All the work I did on Abacus was on my dime. Nobody’s really reviewed the code.
Abacus is stagnating because it’s a community of one.
In a way, I suppose that’s my fault. Editing mathematics isn’t as “sexy” as IRC chat, user-friendly browsers and mail clients, Gmail notifiers, etc. I picked a niche, and I got a niche community. 🙂
(I should note my serverpost widget, which seems a lot more immediately useful to the Mozilla app developers crowd, is also a community of one…)
Oh, well. At least I haven’t gotten any real complaints about Abacus, either.