Re: Using money to fund real Debian work
Le mercredi 11 octobre 2006 09:05, Martin Schulze a écrit :
> Jérôme Marant wrote:
> > Le lundi 09 octobre 2006 18:54, Martin Schulze a écrit :
> > > hard on getting Debian better be funded similarily? I know that
> > > several people have lost their motivation to work on Debian as before
> > > (yes, others will hate me for writing this again) because of this.
> > > Some developers ask themselves already why they should work on some
> > > tasks, when others are to be paid for their Debian work, and they have
> > > other obligations as well.
> > You never loose your motivation because some developers get paid
> > to work on Debian tasks, unless you're jealous.
It's not Dunc Tank's fault if your jealous.
> > I personaly have no real idea whether Dunc Tank is a good thing or
> > a bad one, but seeing that a group of people is trying to improve
> > Debian in some respect increases my motivation.
> Right, before Dunc-Tank was started nobody tried to improve Debian.
The time between two Debian releases has always increased. So, yes,
nobody has ever improved that. Objectively, it looks to me that
that Dunc Tank wants to improve this, which would be great for
our users. Let's put our selfishness aside for once?