We rounded up the “Jamoma week” with a workshop for a small crowd of power Max users at Ars Longa in Paris today. This time I think we were more successful in explaining that Jamoma is not just a set of ready made patches, it is really mostly about creating a systematic approach to Mac patching, in addition to improving communication in and between Max and similar environments.
The week in Albi was to a great extent spent fixing bugs in the Jamoma 0.4 release. This was rounded up in a 0.4.1 release last night (as reported by Tim). We are continuing to find and fix new bugs, so there will probably be a 0.4.2 in not too long.
All in all, I think we have managed to build up a great momentum in development and I am very optimistic about the future for Jamoma.