non-MOTU Hopeful contributions (was:: GetDeb Project (Why I participate))
christophe.sauthier at gmail.com
Thu Oct 18 09:57:50 BST 2007
On 10/18/07, Daniel Holbach <daniel.holbach at ubuntu.com> wrote:
> Am Mittwoch, den 17.10.2007, 13:06 -0400 schrieb Scott Kitterman:
> > I think the most important thing is that the person be trusted not to upload
> > broken stuff very often and to fix it when they do. I wouldn't mind having
> > MOTUs with only casual interest as long as when they did upload something it
> > was good/made good. I believe that the trus issue is much more imporant than
> > any particular technical skill set.
> I very much agree with what Scott said here. Understanding the process,
> talking to people when you're unsure and being a good team player is
> very important in the MOTU team.
And as a MOTU Hopeful, I think you guys are rocking....
> Does anybody have any ideas, what we could do to 'lower the bar' or
> change the things to bring new contributors to the point where they
> understand better what our core values are?
Why would you want to 'lower the bar' ? I have the impression that the
system is quite OK like this. Anybody who want to participate can, and
the one who want to go further and 'break the gap', can do this effort
and try to become a MOTU...
have a nice release day,
Ma vie |
Mes recettes | http://www.reponses.net
Mes images |
More information about the Ubuntu-motu