On Tue, Feb 27, 2007, Anthony Towns wrote: > 1) raising money to support Debian activities people care about is > possible in reasonable amounts Ack. > 2) it's difficult to pay people to work on core Debian things if > you do it publically Wow, that's quite a shortcut. I'd have a less generic conclusion, in the lines of "it's difficult for a DPL with three cumulated core delegate positions to pay people he selected to work on core Debian things if they do it publically". > 3) injecting a small amount of money by commercial scales is enough to > make a big difference in Debian, whether for better or worse I don't believe this is a correct conclusion to make either. It mostly depends where the money comes from, and as I said earlier this was one of the major objections. And one does not /have/ to accept money. Regards, -- Sam.
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