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austin at tradelogic.com
Sat Aug 25 19:35:45 EDT 2007
While I do understand the reasons for the policy, it seems to me that a more
welcoming and trusting policy toward community involvement would go a long
way towards attracting more people to help out. Yall have done an incredible
job with Mono, and I know a lot of people have put their hearts and souls
into it over the past few years, but I still don't feel like I should have
to earn the right to dedicate my time and efforts to contributing.
And I definitely agree with Sean. Even if there are small bursts of help,
it's still better than none at all...
On 8/25/07, Sean Dague <sean at dague.net> wrote:
> On Sat, Aug 25, 2007 at 12:18:06PM -0400, Miguel de Icaza wrote:
> > > Yes, this isn't ideal. Personally, I wonder how much vandalism we'd
> > > actually see; on the other hand, Mono tends to be so short on
> > > that any vandalism probably wouldn't be seen/fixed until slashdot
> > > mentions it on their front page...
> > Exactly, we do not have a full time editor and admin to keep up the site
> > up to date.
> > The other issue that we have is that even if we open accounts for folks,
> > we usually see small bursts of work (a day or two) and then most people
> > vanish.
> A lot of small bursts is usually better than none at all. :)
> But that's just my $0.02.
> Sean Dague Mid-Hudson Valley
> sean at dague dot net Linux Users Group
> http://dague.net http://mhvlug.org
> There is no silver bullet. Plus, werewolves make better neighbors
> than zombies, and they tend to keep the vampire population down.
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