First, please keep your bullshit about dunc-tank outside this otherwise interesting discussion. Le jeudi 01 mars 2007 à 16:18 -0500, Theodore Tso a écrit : > The harder problem, though is that finding a really good project > manager. In my day job, I can tell you have as a technical architect, > having a great project manager is like pure gold. My project manager > defers to me on technical issues, but helps to coordinate all of the > other technical teams so that we can make all of the schedules line up > and release a coherent solution to the customer. Not to denigrate the > efforts of the current release management team, but if we were to > augment (NOT replace!) them with a good project manager, we could make > them be far more effective. That, I fully agree with. I also had the chance to see a good project manager in action, and that makes a huge difference. I'm not convinced at all that *funding* a manager would do any good to the project. Which is why I'm wondering if there are ways to attract a few people with such profiles in the project. We have attracted many developers, sysadmins, translators, and everything we need to run the project; there must be a way to do the same for other profiles. -- .''`. : :' : We are debian.org. Lower your prices, surrender your code. `. `' We will add your hardware and software distinctiveness to `- our own. Resistance is futile.
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