March 22, 2003

Features

As we are now looking at the beginning of the real coding, we are also thinking of features to add to the shell.

And this is where you, the user, come into the picture.
we need for you to go to our web site.

As we are now looking at the beginning of the real coding, we are also thinking of features to add to the shell.

And this is where you, the user, come into the picture.
we need for you to go to our web site and either give some input on existing requests for features or even add your own feature requests.

We cannot gaurenti that your feature will be available in the initial release of Shell .Net but we will have a look at all requests and perhaps get in touch with the authors of these as we might need some explanation about them.

But for now, use this link to submit requests for features:
http://sourceforge.net/tracker/?atid=545936&group_id=76061&func=browse

Posted by angelic999 at 02:15 AM | Comments (0)

March 21, 2003

Welcome

We would like to welcome the newest member of the developement team, Brian aka snocrash, who will be helping out with the development of the main shell project.

we have recently received an email from Brian, where in he asks if we can use his knowledge in the project, so we replyed with a simple answer: yes.

This is the reason for why we now can welcome this newest addition to our development team: Brian aka snocrash.

He will be helping out with the development of the main shell project as the primary thing.

Posted by angelic999 at 09:03 AM | Comments (0)

XML Feeds

Sourceforge has just released XML Feeds on their site. As a result, we now have XML feeds for this project. For a list of all of them click here. If you are running Radio userland you can click here for news about the project posted on SF.net, here for Project Summary. Also news from this page is available on radio userland here. For other XML and RDF readers, just use this for the latest news on this page, or the link above on SF.net for a list of other news posts.

Sourceforge has just released XML Feeds on their site. As a result, we now have XML feeds for this project. For a list of all of them click here. If you are running Radio userland you can click here for news about the project posted on SF.net, here for Project Summary. Also news from this page is available on radio userland here. For other XML and RDF readers, just use this for the latest news on this page, or the link above on SF.net for a list of other news posts.

Furthermore, if you use AmphetaDesk, you will be able to follow our progress using the following RSS feeds:
File releases:
http://127.0.0.1:8888/index.html?add_url=http://sourceforge.net/export/rss2_projfiles.php?group_id=76061&go
Project summary:
http://127.0.0.1:8888/index.html?add_url=http://sourceforge.net/export/rss2_projsummary.php?group_id=76061&go

Posted by lotas at 04:05 AM | Comments (0)

March 20, 2003

This is Shell.net!

Welcome to Shell.net! The idea of this project is to replace the exsisting windows shell with a new one, build around .net. the new one will be faster, easer to use and will be plugable (Plugins). Come back later. we are currently developing this!

Posted by lotas at 07:23 PM | Comments (0)