** On Jan 13, Adam Heath scribbled: > > I can not find this job description ("senior developer") mentioned above by > > Herr Schulze on any *.debian.org web pages. > > Doing the difficult duties that have to be done right and well. These are > people who work on policy, who work on the website, the bug tracking system, > the archive, who work on the large packages(or help work on the large > packages), arch leads. > > Lead developers don't just do work. They come up with guidelines that others > follow. New developers have not been in debian long enough to understand > fully how everything works. How do the people who were using (and were on debian-devel and other lists) for, say, 3 years but aren't maintaners/developers (in the official way) fit this picture? Do the also fall into the category of those "who don't fully understand how everything works"? I feel that the above definition isn't perfect... (and I don't mean myself by writing the above - it just came to me when I read your response). regards, marek -- Visit: http://caudium.net - the Caudium WebServer /* A completely unrelated fortune */ Don't abandon hope. Your Captain Midnight decoder ring arrives tomorrow.
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