Sophie Gautier wrote (28-05-11 20:48)
On 28/05/2011 20:58, Cor Nouws wrote:
Gianluca Turconi wrote:
However, I don't want to change what they're used to, but I'd like to
see an additional work layer that will provide some kind of guided
introduction or tutorship for those wannabe developers that have no
clue about where and how to ask for suggestions.
What do you need yourself?
Or - the other way round - if you start working on code, and do miss
something, isn't it the obvious (open source) way to contribute to/with
a piece that solves what is missing?
Cor, allo, I don't understand what you want to say, could you explain ?
Allo Sophie ;-)
What I wrote was from the thought that it is logic in open source that
you directly work on topics that matter for your contribution.
But reading Gianlucas sentence again ('wannabe developers that have no
clue about where and how to ask for suggestions') I must say that I do
not understand either what my reply could help with that, since I guess
people with developing skills know IRC, bugtracker, ... so I do not
understand the problem at all. Sorry for the confusion.
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