On 2016-01-22 08:18:45 -0600, Jim Nasby wrote:
> Personally, I don't see why we have our scarcest resource doing what is
> essentially a project management task, especially when at least one
> commercial company has offered to donate paid staff time.
Because so far all CFs that weren't managed by somebody involved on the
code level worked even less than the rest. You need to be able to judge
how complex and ready a patch is to some degree. You need to know who to
prod for a specific patch.
Yes, a PM can learn to do that. But it's not something a freshly hired
person can do. You need a fair bit of community involvement.
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