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Re: Features, releases and team work

From: Justin Erenkrantz <justin_at_erenkrantz.com>
Date: 2007-03-28 18:31:57 CEST

On 3/28/07, Mark Phippard <markphip@gmail.com> wrote:
> organizations for moving to Subversion in the first place. How do we engage
> the entire community to focus on the goal of delivering a feature like that?
> If we just keep doing quick releases, I do not think you are going to get
> developers to tackle these big issues.

I'm gonna sound like a broken record here, but...

Roadmaps are going to mean little without committed developer
resources. IMO, the way you get developers to tackle these big issues
is to find someone who really wants this feature and get them to code
it themselves or pay someone directly to work on it.

Altruism will get you a little productivity bump - but for me,
Subversion does most of the things that I care about. Compare that to
where SVN was when I first contributed in late 2001 - there was lots
of stuff that didn't work - but I've been around long enough now that
most of what I want is there. So, I'm quite happy with our forward
progress. *shrug* -- justin

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