I wrote quince 1.0 for fun, but now that it's here, if it has brought you either profit or amusement, then please consider a bit of retrospective quid pro quo (or quids pro quince).
And there's something else. I'd love to roll on in to quince 2.0. There is much to be done: catching up with PostgreSQL and sqlite features that 1.0 doesn't cover, adding backends for new DBMSes, optimizations, maybe even adding specialized libraries with higher-level ORM features ... but for now, everything depends on your support. So if you would like to see quince taken to the next stage, why not give it a push?
Last revised: May 23, 2015 at 07:29:14 GMT