On Thu, 2004-07-29 at 14:40, Ray Leyva wrote:
> The only problem I can see is that whoever does the work needs to
> nominate his / her self, and we all need to agree they are 'the' person.
> Then we just wait for them to finish, and then we send a check / money
> order to the person? They would have to get a po box, or send out their
> home address on a public weblist ( not always the best idea ).
I assumed it would likely end up being whoever did past releases, but I
guess it could be anyone senior enough in the community to be allowed to
do an official release. I (and whoever else offering funding) could get
their address or PayPal account name from them off-list.
> With appropriate beta's released, and packaged for rpm / deb / bsd's /
> osx / and windows! ;-) Hell let's get it up to a round grand. There
> should be enough of us to poney up $50 a pop to get there.
The more the merrier, yes... I agree with the benefits of getting
Webware into various distros, but I'd settle for just a source release.
> I no longer use WebWare on day to day stuff, but that's more a function
> of my changing life style ( work wise, and family wise - new baby! ),
Congrats... Small world, I have a 6-month-old adjusting my schedule
lately too. If babies have shown up in more Webware households, that
alone could explain the time between releases!
> I still
> proudly wear my WebWare shirts to every Linux meeting I get some time to
> attend, and if I work any conventions I always wear or have it nearby.
There are shirts? Where can we get 'em?
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