Sorry, I haven't had any time to dedicate to this project lately. It was basically a way for me to learn a new language (C#) and give back to the MP3Car community at the same time. I am not planning on continuing development of this front-end. I have a new job as a programmer for Facebook, and classes will be resuming soon. Here is the latest snapshot of the source code from 12/2006: http://www2.onu.edu/~m-keryeski/freeway-source.rar
Thank you for releasing the source if your not going to be developing anymore, I would like to see freeway become more developed since it is so small fast and robust, not to mention mplayer!! its says much more about your character rather than disappering into the darkness with your code never to be seen again. (i.e. frodo)
I always liked your app and am considering taking a C# class after im done with my networking degree
I recently stumbled across this frontend and I must say that it seems to be a really simple FE and I agree with most of the comments made reagarding this FE that many of the FE's out there are too "clunky", over bloated software. I am in no way a C# developer; however, I do know VB and I think I could probably pick up on the C# fairly quickly. Personally I would like to see Freeway Ultra continue to grow and from what I am reading it is for all intensive purposes dead.
I am willing to help in development; however, I won't have the time to do it completely by meself. I have downloaded the source code and tend to jump in headfirst. It would be great if a couple others are willing to take the reigns along side of me.
Just to warn you, the source code I found to download wasn't the newest available (As I mentioned in my other thread). As far as I know, Oeri has not made the newest code available yet. (I'm still waiting to hear back from him).
Well I have 0.7.214... I don't know if that is the latest but that is what was listed in this thread.
I have been reading through the source and to my amazement I am picking it up fairly quickly. Been kind of playing and breaking if you will. Seems fairly straight forward. If you find out something more regarding the version let me know. If you are going to contribute code as well that would be great. We all just need to be singing from the same sheet of music that is all.