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[Salix-main] Re : Re: The Future of Salix OS

Pierrick Le Brun
Yes there has been some footwork behind the scene which should bear some fruits more visibly soon.

In any case we will work more as a team  and embrace and take time to train our new contributors.

More on this soon. :)


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"tim.beech" <[hidden email]> a écrit :

>> I assume that there has been some "back channel" communications going
>> on, but I think it's time for some "front channel" communications.
>Maybe they need a bit more time. Meanwhile, my impression is that work
>goes on, and that has to be positive however things unfold.
>My experience of starting out as a Salix packager was that I really
>wanted someone to tell me what to do at first. Then I just got stuck in
>anyway, screwed up, got helped out. So, as far as new volunteers are
>concerned, that would suggest the thing to do is just do it. Someone
>will soon provide the needed support. Just find the existing code and
>start playing with it (or whatever). Find out how the version control
>works (if there is any). Set it up better. Whatever. Write better
>documentation for developer newbies.
>To put it another way, perhaps it is safe to say that the core developer
>team is overstretched. Some key contributors have less time to give.
>Salix as it is, and their close-knit collaboration, is a monument to
>their talent and dedication over a number of years, but it can't stand
>still. Newcomers can surely best help out (and show their worth) through
>concrete contributions - and the way those are made.
>While I'm on my soapbox, let me reiterate what someone said recently.
>George, please come back! Maybe you guys (including George) have allowed
>too much to accumulate on George's shoulders, I don't know. But if
>there are to be changes (delegation, retrenchment, organisational), I'm
>convinced Salix will face them far better with George in the thick of
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