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Re: [gNewSense-users] further inane comments by me (or if you were offen

From: Richard
Subject: Re: [gNewSense-users] further inane comments by me (or if you were offended then this might help some)
Date: Thu, 04 Feb 2010 00:26:12 +0100


i am not a programmer and i am very busy.

But may this can help.

If someone have a bug and would like that some else solve it, why he
don't give something like dukedollars, real money, for the solution
(gnewsense could be the transactor).

Since years i already think, some people have time, others have the
knowledge and others have the money. Way don't connect this thinks.

I am paying much money for lincens programs from adobe and Microsoft. If
there would by somethink like:

I pay x dollors if someone programm this.

And some else get the money, if he can.

I think this is the problem from free as free dome, everybody wants to
live from his work. And maybe a got programer would take ab bug just out
of this vie.


On Mi, 2010-02-03 at 22:59 +0100, Sam Geeraerts wrote:
> Freemor schreef:
> > On Wed, 3 Feb 2010 08:15:54 +1030
> > Karl Goetz <address@hidden> wrote:
> > 
> > 
> >> Contributing doesn't have to be maintaining packages - forwarding bugs
> >> upstream and (in the case of grub specifically) helping upstream keep
> >> their packages valid would be a great help.
> >> kk
> > Can you say more about these? Or direct me to a wiki/webpage that does.
> > I love gNS and would like to help where I can. Other then filing bug
> > reports, Which feels less proactive then I'd like to be.
> The best way to get into it is to watch our project pages at Savannah 
> [1]. See if you can confirm any bugs that are not yet confirmed. See if 
> you can solve any bugs that are already confirmed by looking upstream, 
> talking to people who might know what's going on or tracing it yourself. 
> Looking at some of our code in bzr might help with the latter. Hanging 
> around on IRC in #gnewsense-dev is also useful.
> [1]
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