I do not think I was b%^ching & whinging.... Have a look.... I do not post often as I don't beleive in all the BS that goes with it.... NUF SAID!
I completely disagree, if you actually spent any time reading thru the forum you would have picked up -
the guys are behind, they know it, and they don't need you to remind them - is that hard to understand?
But, instead of getting familiar with the state of the AutoPatcher Project (and the people), you would rather quote:
I'm with Startrek on this.... Would someone in the Autopatcher Team contact James and ask what the holdup is??
OK, I'll do it for you "James, you lazy guy, what's the problem? Hurry up or we will get another volunteer to give up his free time."
That should set him straight. Really, James is an honorable guy, I trust him with the reasons for the delay and will wait for an update,
a resignation, or (whatever he wants to say about his absence).
And the real motivation is here:
If we update all Servers/Clients via MU/WU, we pay high $$$ for the bandwidth. AP is a much easier alternative.
Yet, you don't even realize or care enough that it does cost AutoPatcher money (and time). If you read the forums you would know
that things are not good right now
, and patience has been asked for over and over, yet you agree with the OP who actually asks
once again "where's the updates" as he's quoting Cristiano asking for people not to pressure the AutoPatcher team - how rich.
This is the point - plain and simple - it may be best for you to find something that better meets your needs at this point. I completely
understand the need for AutoPatcher, but your need for a timeline isn't feasible at this point - it is open-ended, and the redundant
questions are getting tiresome - again they know what needs to be done, nagging wont make it happen any faster. In fact, I figure
it is whats going to kill the project and that is why I'm finally making my feelings known, for good or for bad.
Also, James will get things updated when he gets around to it (or not at all) - that's the fact of the matter. It's a shame, but it is the
nature of freeware projects - don't get too attached.