[aur-general] TU appliance Jens Maucher (defcon)
Ali H. Caliskan
ali.h.caliskan at gmail.com
Sun Apr 5 11:52:43 EDT 2009
Well there is a difference between TU and developer, I'm not saying that
it's not required to be good at coding and consequent about organizing a
PGBUILD, what I'm saying is that we should embrace the enthusiasm and
dedication by people who want to contribute and serve the community the best
way they can. So the requirements should be much tougher as developer than
TU. Please reconsider Jens as a TU, not as what he *is*, but what he can *be
*. Que bono?
2009/4/5 Angel Velásquez <angvp at archlinux.com.ve>
> On Mon, Apr 6, 2009 at 10:55 AM, Ali H. Caliskan
> <ali.h.caliskan at gmail.com> wrote:
> > One thing, mkdir is not something bad to use, I use it all the time, and
> > install isn't also not required, since the developers of install command
> > argue that a package manager should be used instead of install, so what's
> > the big deal here? I mean as long as the code is working, why should it
> > that much trouble to maintain a package. Are we code "fascists" here?
> Isn't about "code fascism" is about to do our best effort, working
> code isn't enough, in fact is average, but install vs cp + mkdir is
> always a suggestion that many people had in their applications, and it
> wasn't the point to be rejected.
> In my point of view, Jens should prepare a better application,
> explaining what are they goals, why he wants to become a TU, and how
> he will benefit AUR and community, that's all.
> For Jens: Better luck the next time, and don't feel dissapointed, try
> to focus on a better application next time, ;)
> Angel Velásquez
> angvp @ irc.freenode.net
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