[development] One core, many distributions
dan at civicactions.com
Thu Nov 24 19:55:10 UTC 2005
I'm totally not arguing with you btw :).
>>I undersatnd the attitude that "the only thing that matters are
>>contributors", however I would argue that the more users you have, the
>>more contributors you will have.
>I already mentioned that users are a route towards new developers, Not only
>because the more users you have the bigger the chances are there is a
>contributer inbetween, but also because a lot of users spend money on hiring
>developers for drupal.
>However, to the project itself, IMO the only thing that really counts, in the
>end, is the amount of active contributors. All the rest can be ignored.
isn't what you just said contradictory? What am I missing -
Users [help create] new developers [and create] marketplace [which
brings] new developers
so how can you then turn around and say "...the only thing that really
counts, in the end, is that amount of active contributors.."
I'm just wondering :).
Also I just had a thought (everybody cover your ears...) Is the project
about the developers/contributors or is it about the code. I wonder...
>>I believe that a lot of this conversation is because you have
>>new people coming into the arena with their own ideas, aspirations and
>Oh, buit this is a good thing, imo. It keeps drupal from rusting.
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