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Re: Improving our response to "duplicate" packages in Debian

Le Sun, Jul 01, 2012 at 08:24:27AM -0400, Kevin Mark a écrit :
> Has anyone quantized the % of tasks that a DD/DM does that are outside of their
> pet projects? Meaning, once they get their itch scratched, how far outside of
> their main reason for joining Debian, do they explore? Would it be useful to
> game-ify people's efforts outside their 'comfort zone' (eg. a perl packager
> working on Haskell, or doing debian-www work) ?
> If people just work on their pet projects, is that the most typical behavior
> throughout Debian's history? Do people explore more as they become more
> comfortable/familiar over a number of years?

We did not quantify, but the Debian Med project has a wiki page where
its members can indicate that they "extended scope".


Have a nice Sunday,

Charles Plessy
Debian Med packaging team,
Tsurumi, Kanagawa, Japan

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