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On Tue, 12 Nov 2013 05:23:31 -0800 (PST)
Pedro <> wrote:

First, it's not *my* bug. The bug is the software. The software is
not mine.
Well said, and very true.

Third, "there is nothing forcing him to work on anything but what he
wants to" is exactly the problem IMO.
Sure, but it is a problem with no solution. Unless you have blackmail
material, or bribery material (such as, say, a salary), there is very
little you can do to force someone to do something they don't want. The
best would be to come up with better incentives.

I'm suggesting that a compromise based volunteer model is applied to
all, not just to developers. Then you might start to see a change and
a real community ;)
I'm not following; who apart from the developers would you apply this
to? To what end?

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