On Tuesday 05 May 2009 16:50:47 Richard Freeman wrote: > Markos Chandras wrote: > > 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" > > As far as survival goes - I think the rumors of Gentoo's death are > greatly exaggerated. I certainly agree that we need standards, but as > far as I can tell those exist. > > I don't see developers putting QA violations into the portage tree left > and right. For the most part I'd say the level of abuse in bugzilla is > down and continues to trend down. Sure, manpower is limited, but the > solution to that isn't to tell the people who are here to "work harder > or quit" (which means quit) but instead to recruit more help. When,how,and who is going to write down a list of possible "recruitment hunting" actions? There is too much chit-chatting around but nobody ( including me of course) is daring to propose actual solutions and proposals > Arch > teams seem to be generally doing a good job keeping up with STABLEREQs > on the major archs - if you use a minor arch that isn't as well > supported I'm sure we'd be happy to have more help. Arch teams, according to their project pages, are in a good shape. Major arches have enough people ( assuming that the project pages are up2date )
-- Markos Chandras (hwoarang) Gentoo Linux Developer [KDE/Qt/Sunrise/Sound] Web: http://hwoarang.silverarrow.org
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