Re: A Call for community action

2008-10-07 Thread Alex Osborne
Hi Steve, Steve Mosher wrote: My idea. throw these out to community and see if folks would pick a bug and try to fix it, actually sign up to try to fix it, so we get a coordinated effort. Sean liked the idea and I thought it was worth a try. I'm afraid I'm not using any of the Qtopia apps

Re: A Call for community action

2008-10-07 Thread Hire
Nicola Mfb wrote: 2008/10/5 Steve Mosher [EMAIL PROTECTED] I report an example about me, I'm not a kernel guru, so I'll never take a bug on suspend/resume and I'll not take a bug about qtopia on x11, as I think it will not be used in the future, so why should I waste my time? At the

Re: A Call for community action

2008-10-07 Thread Nicola Mfb
2008/10/5 Steve Mosher [EMAIL PROTECTED] Nope. nobody signed up. Hi Steve, I think it's not easy to involve the community in a specific task as bug fixing. According to me: * this requires high knowledge and systematic approach, so only a part of community may be affected * too many peoples

Re: A Call for community action

2008-10-07 Thread Steve Mosher
Nicola Mfb wrote: 2008/10/5 Steve Mosher [EMAIL PROTECTED] Nope. nobody signed up. Hi Steve, I think it's not easy to involve the community in a specific task as bug fixing. I like challenging tasks. According to me: * this requires high knowledge and systematic approach, so

Re: A Call for community action

2008-10-04 Thread Risto H. Kurppa
On Sat, Sep 27, 2008 at 8:38 PM, Steve Mosher [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: The other day I was pondering all the things the community does for us. They give us new ideas, test our product and give us honest feedback, keep us true to our commitment for openness ( the idea to release the CAD files

Re: A Call for community action

2008-10-04 Thread Steve Mosher
Nope. nobody signed up. Risto H. Kurppa wrote: On Sat, Sep 27, 2008 at 8:38 PM, Steve Mosher [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: The other day I was pondering all the things the community does for us. They give us new ideas, test our product and give us honest feedback, keep us true to our commitment

A Call for community action

2008-09-27 Thread Steve Mosher
The other day I was pondering all the things the community does for us. They give us new ideas, test our product and give us honest feedback, keep us true to our commitment for openness ( the idea to release the CAD files came from the community, help us market the product, and they fix bugs.