examplesPython questions

Daniel J. Blezek, Ph.D. blezek at crd.ge.com
Wed Jan 19 13:29:49 EST 2000

David, Dean, et. al.,

  Perhaps the easiest thing to do would be to create a link to the
Kitware/VTK RPI sites.  That would give exposure to VTK through
SourceForge without changing our current development setup.


On Wed, 19 Jan 2000, David Gobbi wrote:

> Hi Dean,
> Kitware itself has been supporting a lot of the benefits that 
> SourceForge does, and for a lot longer.  Not to say that SourceForge
> isn't slick -- it really is both an incredible idea and an incredible
> web site.
> For most VTK users simple features like a mailing list archive
> and a bug-tracking system would be nice (if not to find bugs, 
> certainly to let the Kitware folks know what parts of the VTK
> API are incomprehensible -- but they probably know that already ;).
> Really, it's up to the Kitware folks -- moving VTK development to
> SourceForge is unlikely to change my level of involvement with VTK.
>  - David
> --
>   David Gobbi, MSc                    dgobbi at irus.rri.on.ca
>   Advanced Imaging Research Group
>   Robarts Research Institute, University of Western Ontario

Daniel Blezek, Ph.D.
blezek at crd.ge.com
Computer Graphics and Systems Program
Electronic Systems Lab
GE Corporate Research & Development

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