Re: Question to all Candidates: we want more, aren't we?
On Thu, Apr 01, 2010 at 11:24:14AM -0300, Margarita Manterola wrote:
> One important example is fixing bugs. Developers spend quite a
> lot of time fixing bugs, and most of the time you don't need to
> be a DD to fix those bugs, anybody can help out fixing more
> Another example is the non-code parts of Debian, like
> documentation or artwork. Most developers don't have enough
> time for, or maybe just don't care enough about, these areas;
> we could definitely use the help of people that are not so
> code-oriented in order to improve the overall Debian
Since you bring it up...
Simple question: How?
(in case it's not clear: since you seem to think it's part of
the DPL's responsabilities, how do you plan to attract people to
help with these things?)