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Will RegMerge be a popular freeware project?

Started by Jeremy Collake, August 27, 2011, 12:09:16 AM

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Will RegMerge be a popular freeware project?

Yes
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No
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Total Members Voted: 4

Jeremy Collake

I am just curious to hear people's view, as I am dedicating time to this side project. I have a new bundled package I am preparing to release. For the first time I've consolidated 32-bit and 64-bit builds into a single package. I'm debating on the format though. I was going to use a traditional NSIS install, but then decided to go a different route - one I may later take with Process Lasso. The idea is to write our own custom installer. This will let us more easily customize the distribution, and remove unnecessary components. Most importantly, it will look less traditional.
Software Engineer. Bitsum LLC.

TfH

I finally got time to catch up with the internet and this is amazing project. I believe this is going to be popular.
(half way of reading RegMerge related)

Jeremy Collake

Once I get the consolidated installer done, I'll be using it in Process Lasso v6, which is a major leap forward. I have been dragging my feet too long, doing little maintenance and just not advancing things as rapidly as I should. I'm determined to do better, even if that means I have to start running a mile every morning to ensure I'm in peak physical condition.
Software Engineer. Bitsum LLC.

hanemach_gt

Workaholic ;). Don't rush so, slow down a bit, take deep breath! :)
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Jeremy Collake

Competition my friend, must work as much and as hard as I am able. I really have no other choice, playing the cards dealt :)
Software Engineer. Bitsum LLC.

Jude



Great project chief just don't be burning the candle at both ends, just one 10 hour snooze should do it then go back and attack it where it matters most, you'll be the better for it as well as the project...  ;)

Jude