Re: Questions to the candidates
Kalle Kivimaa <email@example.com> wrote:
> Pierre Habouzit <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
>> I absolutely don't like the implications of that assertion.
> Well, if an entity A feels that they would benefit from paying a DD
> for his Debian work, they have two choices:
> 1. They can do it publicly, or
> 2. They can just work the details out with the DD and not announce
> this anywhere.
> Doing #1 entails taking a lot of heat from those DD's who feel that
> paying DD's is a no-no.
s/lot/small amount/;s/those DD's/at least 2 DDs/
and I am not even sure that the two people you cited in your answer to
Josselin actually were talking about a third party paying a DD.
> How many entities want to have their name
> associated with postings like the ones we had with the Dunc-Tank
The crucial point of the Dunc-Tank experiment was that it was not "an
entity A", but an effort led by the current DPL. If the DPL was
employed by a company that also want to pay other developers, they might
face similar opposition, but in every other case I do not expect this.
After all, it has been done for long, with nobody speaking up, not even
Joey and Thibaut.
I can only emphasize that I, too, do not like the implications of
Dr. Frank Küster
Single Molecule Spectroscopy, Protein Folding @ Inst. f. Biochemie, Univ. Zürich
Debian Developer (teTeX/TeXLive)