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Re: debian developer, should I?

Developer and maintainer are interchangeable terms.

If you want to - and I'm sure we'd be glad to have you - read the
developer's section on the web site.  It generally involves maintaining
packages or fixing bugs, or writing documentation, or helping a port,
or anything like that.

On Thu, Dec 10, 1998 at 03:26:42AM +0200, Konstantinos Margaritis wrote:
> ... Come to think of it... it might be interesting... and I don't consider
> myself a novice, so I could be of some help...
>     But there is a question? what does one need to be a debian developer?
> maybe I confuse this with a debian maintainer, right? What obligations
> does one have, what advantages, is it hard, etc. etc... I know I could
> look at a faq, but I prefer some personal opinion. If you don't mind of
> course. 
> Konstantinos Margaritis
> kmargar@cc.uoa.gr
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