On Fri, Mar 23, 2007 at 09:42:03AM +0200, Shlomi Fish wrote:
> Well, you're somewhat right. But other projects do not seem to have a problem 
> finding developers. Inkscape has them. Subversion has many of them. While 
> the "hackerdom" level of the open source people has decreased somewhat, we 
> still have many potential B.Sc./B.A/B.E. graduates who contribute to FOSS who 
> can program in C on Unix. Or there are many enthusiastic high school or 
> undergraduate students who learn a free Unix clone on their own, and can do 
> enough programming. So not all are bad.
> Many projects are propsepering because they can find many developers. 
> Granted, 
> a lot of them are easier to program for than the GIMP, but most of them are 
> also demanding.

As brought up earlier, claiming other projects have significantly more
developers is simply untrue. Please stop spreading FUD. It would be
helpful if you read prior parts of the thread before replying.

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