[CentOS] Getting ready for CentOS 5.4
Philip.R.Schaffner at NASA.gov
Mon Mar 23 13:20:31 UTC 2009
> There were some unusual situations with core developers this time
> This is something that we should address don't you think?
Well, Karanbir has already weighed in on the thread. If he needs help
I'm sure he knows where to ask.
> Some additional resources could help but since CentOS developers are
> unpaid, raising money for human resources may not be the correct
> approach. Beefing up the buildsystem has been noted as something
> I think that this is somewhat contradictory. If the developers are
> unpaid we should be considering at least some help (paid one) so we can
> expect a more regular approach not a best effort one.
Hiring and managing employees has substantial overhead involved. I
doubt this is worthwhile.
> And who is going to develop such nice automation? There has been
> regular news:
> Well, there is no need to automation. This paid help would send one
> email per day with the summary.
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