What I would need now is design parameters, not testers (need towrite code before you can consider testing).
he was complaining in a thread that he was having troublesgetting through the GUI stuff, so I posted that if he gives medesign specs, I'll turn him out working dialogs/windows that hecan use as he sees fit, no holds barred.We will see if he takes me up on it.Most singleton programmers have a pride things that reallyprevent this and we just have to see if this is the case here. Ican understand that, I really would rather do it myself most ofthe time anyway.
If I get inspired to do this, it would be open source (perhapsin the 'Linux-Wildo' project) where the first goal would be todo some design documents so that people could actuallycontribute (the current lack in Linux-Wildo as far as I cantell).
Be careful with Ventrilo as well because they've implementedsome kind of hidden "big brother" system to it. Whenyou start the server and each client, an 86-byte packet is sentout over port 5000 to server1.ventrilo.com. It has nothing to dowith functionality because blocking that port still allowsVentrilo to work. So, they're doing some kind of snooping whilehoping that you don't notice it.Their designers have refused to explain the purpose for this"phone home" technique.