Want to help?
QPSPManager is free, but it’s hard to code and hard to
(specially because I can’t spend full time on it)! So any
help would be appreciated. There are a variety of ways you can use to
help me improve the program
- Use it! Use the program. If you like it, recommend it to
friends. The only reward I get with this program is the use I will make
of it, and to know that some other people enjoys it.
- Give me feedback and report bugs, suggestions or whatever
think may be useful to make QPSPManager better. For this you can email
me at email@example.com,
use the mailing list or post on the forums.
I would like to hear from you, as this is the best way to improve the
program, knowing what people expect from it.
- Soon enough I’ll add translation support for
2.0, as the prior versions had. Once I do this I’ll let you
to help me translate the software into as much languages as possible.
- I’m good (or at least I hope so) at programming,
but not at
designing graphics. You think you can provide me some new and better
icons for the program? You think you can make a more good looking web
for the project (and not this crappy template from iWeb)? You think you
can design a nice banner and logo for the program? Do so! And share it
with me, I’ll gladly add them to the project.
- I’m not an expert in application deployment in
Mac OS. If you can help me delivering better installation packages
(either by exe Windows files or by Mac OS Bundles and DMG files),
please let me know. I would also appreciate if some people can generate
precompiled packages for the Linux distribution out there (Debian, Red
Hat, Ubuntu, SuSE, Gentoo ebuilds and so...).
- Testers for platforms other than x86 (and for x86 too).
is probably what I’ve done the littlest in this development.
lot of bugs will arise, and I would like you to report them, because if
you don’t, they won’t be fixed. Of course if you
provide a fix yourself, the better. Also, this program was tested in a
x86 machine using both Linux and Mac OS. People testing it for Windows
and for Power PC Macs will we welcome too!
- I do this on my free time because I like it. No one pays me
this. As with every open source project out there, donations are always
welcome. You can use the donations button on the project Sourceforge
place. All the donations done through Sourceforge are transferred to
the KDE Project. If you would like to donate to myself directly, visit
my Amazon wishlist if you want to send me some presents.
- Power PC users to fix the problems regarding the
endianness, what's causing the program not to run in big endian
You can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org