That's a good idea. If we can setup a calender for developers to schedule
when they need bio's turned in, and work logs, etc. I can whip up 4 sets
of questions at the beginning of the month. Then all we have to do is
post it once a week instead of hassle with interviewing, etc..
Matthew R. Pavlovich
On Wed, 3 Nov 1999, Joey Hess wrote:
> Matthew R. Pavlovich wrote:
> > What do ya'll think about adding a section to the web site called
> > 'Developer Spot Light' or something along the lines where we can have
> > brief interviews and bios every week about a different debian developer?
> > This will generate news, and traffic. Some developers will not want to
> > disclose information, and that is fine, we can interview only those that
> > want to.
> Hm, this is similar I to an idea I had for something Debian Weekly News
> could do. Since I feel a lot of the important stuff that goes on in debian
> is treated as just background noise, stuff that will never come to anyone's
> attention or make DWN (think: fixed bug reports, cryptic changelog entries
> that really represent lots of work, etc), I was thinking about raising
> perceptions of these things by focusing on a developer for a week, and
> describing everything they did in a fair amount of detail.
> Seems that could be an interesting thing to accompny a interview and/or bio.
> Though I can't commit to do it every week.
> see shy jo
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