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#1 display


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Posted 16 May 2017 - 06:45 PM

A great pity that a big project disappears because of the negligence of its developers. More than three months without any signs of life. I would like to make a request, release the project and see how there will be people who are willing and committed to what they do not let them die.

To finish, thank the developers for this great application, certainly the best of all I have used.



Una gran lástima que un gran proyecto desaparezca por la dejadez de sus desarrolladores. Más de tres meses sin dar señales de vida. Quisiera hacerles una petición, liberen el proyecto y verán como habrá personas con ganas y comprometidas con lo que realizan que no lo dejaran morir.

Para terminar, agradecerles a los desarrolladores por esta gran aplicación, sin duda la mejor de todas las que he utilizado.




#2 Obsdark


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Posted 29 May 2017 - 02:15 PM

What happend? did somebody happend to the uniserver comunity? although, i also believe than if this become free source A LOT of people put hands in it an this proyect, being excelent like it is, it become EVEN BETTER (quality of software & support).

And also, would be mantained with much much more regularity,

plus, could maybie be forked/versioned to linux, mac or even android.



¡I'm all in for this!

#3 olajideolaolorun


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Posted 26 September 2017 - 02:46 AM

@display, as said... http://forum.uniform...3234#entry11928

#4 simicartan


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Posted 26 July 2018 - 03:38 AM


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