On Monday 04 May 2009 21:24:11 Richard Freeman wrote: > Markos Chandras wrote: > > I am sure that you know them. But those problems are the reasons why more > > and more developers are demotivated and leaving Gentoo. 'Fixing' those > > problems should be a N1 priority on every gentoo council meeting until > > they are gone. There is absolutely no point in trying to introduce new > > features and stuff when we are so understaffed. First we need to bring > > more people on Gentoo and keep the current manpower motivated. When we > > are done with that, we can focus on features :\ > > While I see where you are coming from, I can't agree with the approach > of halting all forward movement until all current issues are resolved. > The problem is that we're a volunteer-driven organization, so we can't > simply tell people "close STABLEREQ bugs first, work on fun stuff > later". Even a "volunteer-driven" organization needs some "standard" rules in order to survive. From time to time this "volunteer" moto is what some people consider as "anarchy"
-- Markos Chandras (hwoarang) Gentoo Linux Developer [KDE/Qt/Sound/Sunrise] Web: http://hwoarang.silverarrow.org
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