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Re: New release manager needed.

From: <pll_at_lanminds.com>
Date: 2003-07-01 20:35:44 CEST

>>>>> On 1 Jul 2003, "kfogel" == kfogel@collab.net wrote:

  pll> (unless I can find another job in the near future, I'm going to have
  pll> (at the very least) the summer off :(

  kfogel> Mmph, sorry to hear that :-(. Hope things improve soon...

Me too. Though I'm not too worried about it. And I'm looking
forward to some time off to play with my daughter (who turns 1
tomorrow :)

  kfogel> I was thinking it would be nice to wait a day to see who
  kfogel> else responds, so it wouldn't just be about who happened to
  kfogel> read their mail first.

That's fine.

  kfogel> ut that's silly, because even if more people do respond, it
  kfogel> still boils down to a random call, no less random than the
  kfogel> timing of people's email checking, right?

Yup, but it's your call. If you want to wait, that's fine, if not,
that's fine too. I'm not going anywhere :)

  kfogel> So take a look at notes/releases.txt, and post if you have
  kfogel> any questions. If it all looks good, send me your tigris
  kfogel> username and a password, and we'll set you up to do 0.25.

Will do. Ahm, should the password I send you be different than my
existing tigris password?

  kfogel> (But if you think that you'd have to give up release
  kfogel> management when you find a job, then probably we should wait
  kfogel> for someone else. It's better if it can be a stable part of
  kfogel> someone's routine, rather than dependent on unsustainable
  kfogel> amounts of free time! :-) Your call.)

Well, there's no telling until I have a new job. And I'm here for at
least the remainder of July, so, it won't be a burden for at least 5
weeks, more likely much longer.

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