Re: senior developer? [was: New-maintainer - STOP THAT SHIT]
On Saturday 13 January 2001 19:56, Adam Heath wrote:
> Senior developers are not self-appointed. It is not a self-made
> description. You become a senior developer when you do more than the
> average developer, when other know you well, when other learn from you.
> Ie, Senior Developer is a community placed title, which fits in perfectly
> well with the community aspect of debian.
What does the term "the average developer" mean in case of Debian project?
What kind of "other" should know "senior developer" and may learn from him?
Who decide a given developer does more then "the average developer" and
"other" may learn from him?
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