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On Wed, Mar 03, 2004 at 03:32:05AM +0100, Marek Peteraj wrote:
instead of rotating the hardware, we could set up a
scheme whereby one developer or site 'X' agrees to be the
maintainer of support for device 'Y', and other developers who
want to test their software on 'Y' have to work with 'X'. That
way, 'X' gets the benefit of having the loan hardware on-site,
but also has the responsibility to work with the community on
support for it.
This is completely wrong.
gosh, i feel much better now that somebody said it.
i completely agree on every point stated by Marek, also regarding the
LAD conference in ZKM.
rasta coder, http://rastasoft.org
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