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Re: [Gnash] A word to potential Gnash developers

From: Tomas Groth
Subject: Re: [Gnash] A word to potential Gnash developers
Date: Mon, 24 Sep 2007 13:06:51 +0200 (CEST)

--- strk <address@hidden> skrev:

> On Mon, Sep 24, 2007 at 09:24:03AM +0100, Martin Guy wrote:
> > It is entirely appropriate to warn people reading the Gnash list to
> > avoid not to get involved with a vicious mob, or at least to get a
> > contract and a good international lawyer first.
> > If you don't, my experience is that unless you lick Rob's hands and
> > kow-tow to despotic "decisions" taken in private cliques, the chair
> > can at any time be kicked out from under you without warning.
> My experience is different. I'm not used to lick anybody's hands.
> I never did and not planning to.
> Getting involved in Gnash is not a matter of chairs or money,
> for me it's a matter of freedom.
> As any other free software project, this one is based on people's
> needs/desires and efforts put on satisfying them. 
> Rob effort has been invaluable so far, as it handled to find funds
> for others to be able to spend more time then they could possibly
> spend on it. The money are a mean, not the goal. A free flash player
> is the goal of the Gnash project. And it's having good progress.
> If you have problems with Rob you should discuss them with him,
> or you're just spreading FUD. You might find this article interesting:
> What are you moved by ?
> --strk;

I've worked on gnash for almost a year now, and I agree with strk.

If I should pass a few words to potential Gnash developers, it would be: "Be
prepared to be cooperative!"




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