jhuntwork at linuxfromscratch.org
Sun Dec 16 11:39:37 PST 2007
Just a quick note to say hello and respond to some recent concerns about
the inactivity of LFS projects.
For me, as I'm sure is the case for several others, several things in my
personal life have taken up nearly all my time lately. LFS gets pushed
into the background.
I think we'd all agree, especially since we don't get paid for our work,
that work at LFS is completely voluntary. Even so, we work hard to
create a solid, stable product that in many ways reaches towards the
level of 'Professional', and that is exactly where we want it to be.
Unfortunately, to keep LFS there, there needs to be enough time and
energy devoted to it. For me, that simply won't happen anymore unless I
can properly schedule my time to allow for LFS and reserve space for it
- space that I know I *will* use for development of LFS.
To that end, I wonder if it would be at all useful to anyone else to
create a publicly shared Calendar that would show, among other things,
when each of the devs are scheduled to work on the various projects? Not
that anything would be set in stone - but at least it might give
everyone an idea of who is doing what and when, and perhaps move all of
us to be more regular in development?
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