I think I’ve reached an interesting point now: All the big things are done. The Options dialog is working. Multiple processes are working. The Desktop Tool is working. Everything works on a high level. But, there are still too many smaller things that are yet undone to release the program, even with the beta label. I can and will keep working on these smaller things, and they will eventually get done, but I think the program has reached the point where throwing manpower at it speed things up. So, I think it’s time to hang the help wanted sign again.
When I took on a few devs previously, it was difficult because I was right in the middle of a major change that only I fully understood. So, I had trouble coming up with things for them to do that they could do without having to spend a great deal of time understanding how it might affect the entire project. But now that the big stuff is done, all that’s left is a bunch of fairly isolated TODO statements in the code. Unfortunately though, the devs I took on no longer have time, so I need some more.
Hit me up using the Contact link to the right if all of the following are true:
- You have experience with C#
- You have enough free time you can devote to this project to make a significant impact
- You have some sample code you’ve written that you can show me
- You actually use QTTabBar yourself
Here’s hoping I’ll be able to release this thing someday…