Re: You Need Fedora Legacy!! Re: [fab] looking at our surrent state a bit
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Quoting Axel Thimm <Axel.Thimm@xxxxxxxxxx>:
The issue is also not the infrstructure IMO, it's simply lack of human resources and either someone needs to assign them to it if that entity (Red Hat/board/whatever) considers that a worthy goal, or the resources need to come from more voluntary people, e.g. FL needs a marketing manager.
I think it is both Infrastructure and lack of humans, plus stupid barriers that shouldn't exist. The learning curve is high, people look down at volunteers just because they don't/won't/can't use some technology (e.g. IRC), and there is little effort expended to get people to participate (though much flaming people for not participating). There is also an emphasis on getting people to only help with QA, which is rather bad. If you can get people to start helping however they feel they can, they will generally and eventually start helping in other areas. But people generally need encouragement, and not flame wars, insults, and barriers.
Or the need for resources is cut by reducing the number and time span of supported releases.
An option, but it only makes the limited resources go further, when what we really need are more resources...
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