Stephan Kulow wrote:
On Tuesday 28 April 2009 02:00:51 Dean Hilkewich
Have your patches been rejected? On what base?
So are you implying Stephan that it is not that I actively report the
issues and provide testing feedback but to get it fixed I guess I have
to do it myself and fix a project that is not my own?
I'll be sure to get right on that right after dealing on my companies
own product and opensource project :
Fixing all reported bugs with the goal of 24 hours turn around (90% of
the time achieved)
Adding new features and modules every 72 hours some of which may only be
for only 1 or 2 customers.
Making sure all said changes does not screw anything up for any other
Continue parallel development on the server and client.
Porting of the server and client to other OS's
Watch for possible security issues and patch if necessary immediately.
Dealing with blocker bugs NOW!!!
Responding to customer fan mail such as:
HINT: You want fill your spam filter full of praise and thanks cater to
the end user and not the developers wishes. Just get it done, don't
push back, don't delay, don't bitch that nobody is helping you because
in the end the end user would not be contacting you about an issue if it
wasn't an issue for them. That, my friend, is how you build a following
and real fans.
PS: Before you gripe about lack of manpower and resources, all of this
is done with a much smaller team, with far less resources, and a far
more dynamic product then yast and it's modules currently is.
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