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Re: [E-devel] ATTN: Core Developers
On Thu, 30 Mar 2006 13:27:49 +1000 David Seikel <email@example.com> babbled:
> On Wed, 29 Mar 2006 18:07:58 -0500 Christopher Michael
> <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > I'm writting you today under counsel from another core dev who shall
> > remain nameless for now, concerning the possiblity of granting (irc)
> > kiwi_ developer access so that he may add his dEvian module, and a
> > few more up-coming modules, to cvs under e_modules.
> I have no problem with that.
> My problem is - Which of us are now core developers? raster stated
> that he wanted to flatten out the dev hierarchy. That's why any dev
> can now add developers to cvs. Should there now be a core set of
> developers whose decisions can override the decisions of others? Or
> are you referring to the developers of the core E17 components?
you know who you are because i won't beat you up too badly if u do something
> I just want to get that out into the open so that we are all on the
> same page.
core devs are
1. current - they actually have been active in cvs etc. recently (if you go
away for 6 months and come back... you aren't core until u start getting back
"in the game" - at some fuzzy point afterwards u are back
2. you know what u are doing the vast majority of the time. you aren't blindly
3. you actually ACCEPT responsibility for your work and when it needs fixing -
4. you have a big hand in code development. devs who do packaging i wouldn't
consider "core" but more "helpers"
i don't like to make a "them and us" culture though - so i want to keep this
all fuzzy and nebulous.
> > Hello mates,
> > Ps - E17 kicks arse !!
> We'll make an aussie out of you yet. B-)
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