Q: How'd you get started with the Cappuccino project?
A: We started it in college?
Q: When was that?
A: About 3 years ago.
Q: The Objective-J website currently says "coming soon." How soon is soon?
A: We're not exactly sure when "soon" will be but hopefully in the next month or two.
Q: Did you copy/paste real Keynote code or did you make it up and got it just like Keynote?
A: We wrote all the code ourselves.
Q: How'd you get the interface elements?
A: We hired a graphics designer, and did a lot of it ourselves, and purchased some of the icons.
Q: What about the interface controls? Did you write an NSButton class, NSToolbar class, etc?
A: Oh, yeah, those are all in AppKit.j, er, .sj
Q: Why .sj? Why not just .j?
A: If you look closely there's two different formats; .sj is sort of an archive of preprocessed code.
Q: Oh, and what sort of licensing are you shooting for?
A: We currently plan to make it open source. We haven't decided on a license, but we're looking for input from the community. We're considering the GPL, apache, BSD, etc.
R: I recommend the GNU Affero General Public License, especially since the code is very network-related.
As a final wrap-up, congrats and kudos to the Cappucino/Objective-J/280 Slides team! Good luck on your efforts; keep it up!