Is MPS abandonware?

Hi,

I'm asking the Jetbrains developers on this list cause on the MPS list nobody seems to
answer since months :(.

Is the MPS project dead?

This would be really strange since there were several things published lately:
http://www.sergeydmitriev.com/mps/doc/article/article.html

and even a pretty impressive screencast that I suppose most of IntelliJ users haven't
even seen it:
http://www.sergeydmitriev.com/mps/webr_demo_2/webr_demo_2.html


Thanks in advance,

Ahmed.

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On 2007-04-03 16:32:27 +0400, Ahmed Mohombe <amohombe@yahoo.com> said:

Hi,

I'm asking the Jetbrains developers on this list cause on the MPS list
nobody seems to
answer since months :(.

Is the MPS project dead?

This would be really strange since there were several things published lately:
http://www.sergeydmitriev.com/mps/doc/article/article.html

and even a pretty impressive screencast that I suppose most of IntelliJ
users haven't
even seen it:
http://www.sergeydmitriev.com/mps/webr_demo_2/webr_demo_2.html


Thanks in advance,

Ahmed.


It's not dead. I know for sure there are a few JetBrainers actively
participating in MPS development.

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I'm asking the Jetbrains developers on this list cause on the MPS list
nobody seems to
answer since months :(.

Even more (worse), the Web Forum and the NNTP list seem to be totally out of sync even
if it is supposed to be solved by now (since this problem affected the other lists too) :(.

Thanks in advance,

Ahmed.

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>> I'm asking the Jetbrains developers on this list cause on the MPS list
>> nobody seems to
>> answer since months :(.

It's not dead. I know for sure there are a few JetBrainers actively
participating in MPS development.

Good to know.
But I just don't get it: if on the project's page is mentioned that
this project is in EAP, why is the "team" not interested in the community?


Thanks in advance,

Ahmed.

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