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Re: [Savannah-hackers] Re: Savannah and non-GNU software

From: Hugo Gayosso
Subject: Re: [Savannah-hackers] Re: Savannah and non-GNU software
Date: 22 Mar 2001 17:57:39 -0500
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"Bradley M. Kuhn" <address@hidden> writes:

> >  No, of course. But I'm not alone. Hugo & Jeff are dealing with
> > Savannah/GNATs, Guillaume is dealing with Savannah/Mailman, Jaime
> > recently arrived and deals with Savannah/webcvs.
> I'd like to hear from these volunteers to know of they are ready to handle
> an influx of non-GNU packages.  Are you?

gulp, talking for myself only, I don't think so, I can help setting up
GNATS (and overall back-end administration), but I don't know if I
will be able to give user support.

> > I'll put a lot more efforts than I previously did to recruit volunteers
> > and coordinate them. I guess this will become easier when Savannah
> > becomes more popular.
> Ok, that's a good idea.  Of course, be careful who you select----the
> volunteers need to know how to DTRT before we put them live on savannah.
> savannah is going to be high-profile, and we need to train people well so
> that it gets maintained well.

Yep, and that means both, technically and philosophically, we don't
want volunteers giving answers that might confuse people about Free
Software, Open Source etc.

> That sounds good to me.  If you are willing to make that committment,
> Loic, then I certainly trust that the job will be done, or that you'll be
> sure to pass the baton before going to that island of yours.  ;)

May I ask for a map to the Island? :-)

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