bug handling policy / interaction with users

Roberto H. Alsina ralsina at kde.org
Sun Mar 16 03:03:13 GMT 2003

On Sun, Mar 16 2003 at 02:29:17am +0100, Guillaume Laurent wrote:
> On Sunday 16 March 2003 02:03, Roberto H. Alsina wrote:
> > You said something like "or else go work in the Hurd". I think any
> > developer who helps KDE is valuable.
> Define "help". If you merely mean "write code", then I disagree. Not all code 
> contribution is valuable.

Uh... what kind of code contribution is worthless?

> > If they prefer to work in a
> > mad-scientist locked-in-the-attic fashion, maybe KDE as a project should
> > take steps to allow them to contribute in a way they feel comfortable.
> I agree, but this has its limits as well. KDE can't bend over backwards for 
> users, neither can it for developers.

KDE actualy CAN bend over for both. The matter is if KDE _will_ do it
for any of them.

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