I too know , Debian , doesn't happen at github . and yeah i know not all contribution can be captured in git , but , some of the mentors don't have anything on git , so can you justify this thing ? or atleast ask them to share their work profile , like the commits or all , so that we can see their contribution in debian.
On Sat, Aug 11, 2018 at 6:59 PM, Antonio Terceiro <terce...@debian.org> wrote: > On Sat, Aug 11, 2018 at 01:26:50PM +0530, Manas Kashyap wrote: > > I agree with Dashamir , but there is still time , so just a quick review > > of their contribution and you get the result and so i shared my research > > too , so the result you can also see who is more deserving , Yeah there > > shouldn't be any criteria or rules for everything , but what i learned > in > > open source is you are introduced by the contributions you have done , so > > send someone who has more contributions and so , there is my research , > > just look into it , i assure you will get a result soon . > > Lemme Share my Research Again > > > > Milena Lavanchyhttps://github.com/MilenaLavanchy > > <https://github.com/MilenaLavanchy> > > > > Jaminy Prabaharan > > https://github.com/Jaminy > > https://salsa.debian.org/Jaminy-guest > > > > *Urvika Gola* > > https://salsa.debian.org/urvikagola-guest > > https://github.com/Urvika-gola > > > > Dashamir Hoxha > > https://github.com/dashohoxha > > Note that Debian does not happen at github, so sharing links to github > profiles over and over again is not relevant to this discussion. Also, > not all contributions to Debian can be caputured in git repositories. > > Your point has been made. If you keep insisting, it will not only not > help it, but it will also allienate people. >