Re: Cooperating With Canonical Employees
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David Nusinow <email@example.com> writes:
> The way to collaborate well with Canonical employees or MOTU remains the
> exact same as it does for collaborating with anyone else inside or outside
> of Debian. Establish a good working relationship with them on a personal
> level by asking questions, soliciting advice politely, and rolling up your
> sleeves and getting some work done.
No disagreements here.
One problem I do see is that many (most?) Ubuntu packages do not have
a maintainer; big packages like X are probably an exception. When I
check my own I see that each upload has been by a different person
almost every time, which makes it difficult to firstly know who I
should contact, and secondly I have doubts about their familiarity
with the package if there's no one who really cares for it.
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