Re: md5sum passwords
Daniel Quinlan writes ("Re: md5sum passwords"):
> 1. Release a new copy. Make it very public.
> It has been my experience that contributors are more apt to continue
> contributing if things aren't kept so private and are updated often.
I agree entirely.
> - People like to see the results of their work
> - People like to contribute to projects that are moving forward
> at a significant pace or are updated often.
> - People don't like to repeat work. Knowing the status of things
> means that you won't repeat work.
> - The urge to work is often the result of seeing something new that
> you have strong feelings about (positive or negative).
> 2. Stop calling it a draft, call it a work in progress.
I agree here too.
It's critically important to get things out of the door quickly. We
can revise them later - especially with manuals, for example.