On Fri, Jun 29, 2007 at 01:49:55AM +0530, Rahul Sundaram wrote:
So why didn't you bail out and what are you happy with? Not
rhetoric. I am
genuinely interested to know.
I started lurking on some of the #fedora channels and jumped on a bunch
of the mailing lists. In the end, listening to a lot of the
discussions finally concvinced me that I wanted to be part of the
project, so I just went ahead and signed up and contributed my package.
I am trying to get my work to use RHEL/CentOS more and more, and so
getting the packages in place in an "official" repo (EPEL) is somewhat
important to that. In this case I had the power to make it happen
myself and so it was worth signing up and I'm glad I did.
Thanks for the feedback. We know that editing the wiki for someone
the edit group is way too complicated than necessary. The underlying problem
required legal clarification which we have got recently. The wiki
contributors can just require a click through signup but that requires some
infrastructure work that hasn't done yet but it is something that needs to
be fixed asap.
Appreciate all the work you guys do.