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Re: task & skills



On 00-12-03 Lenart Janos wrote:
> On Sun, Dec 03, 2000 at 02:01:24PM +0100, Christian Kurz wrote:
> > On 00-12-03 Lenart Janos wrote:
> > > On Sun, Dec 03, 2000 at 11:17:37AM +0100, Christian Kurz wrote:
> > > > > On Sat, 2 Dec 2000, Gergely Risko wrote:

> Hmm. You misunderstanding me a littlebit. I want the same thing like 
> you, I just don't know how to do it, which way would be the best.

Oh, sorry. I somehow misinterpreted then some parts of your message. :(

> > I think this won't give us any advantage, but instead give us the 
> > disadvantage of being the distribution with the highest number of 
> > developes and very low quality still.

> Is it better 1000 working developer then 350 working, yeah? We have to 
> find out how to get them to work. Maybe they should be asked why did 

Well, having a higher number of working developers is always better, but
I would prefer having them really working. 

> join Debian, and what changed since that. But maybe expelling some lazy 
> Developers is a good example for the others.

Well, I'm not sure if directly expelling isn't to strict. Maybe the idea
of putting them on probation would be good, but I think we need a way to
deal with those lazy people in our project. 

> > You forget at this point, that you joined debian, because you decided
> > for yourself, that you want to contribute something back to the
> > distribution that you are using. You made the decision that you have
> > enough time to work on package or do other stuff.

> I hope 'you' is not addressed to me.

No, because I don't know your personal motivation for joining debian. It
was meant as a general statement.

Ciao
     Christian
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          Debian Developer and Quality Assurance Team Member
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