--- Danny Smith <danny_r_smith_2001@...> wrote:
> Thank you very much for the offer. I accept, but please be aware that
> I do not have anyway near the level of experience as the other
> developers on the project. I will contribute what I can, and agree to
> your outline of responsibilities.
Welcome, Danny. Please don't sell yourself so short. Never sell the lack of
experience but instead sell your potential to learn quickly and the fact that
you know how to find the information needed to be most productive.
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From: Paul Garceau <pgarceau@te...> - 2000-11-09 00:48:49
Welcome, Danny. Looking forward to your contributions.
On 8 Nov 2000, at 22:17, the Illustrious Danny Smith wrote:
> --- Paul Sokolovsky <pfalcon@...> wrote: > Dear
> Danny, > > On the behalf of Mingw project admins, I would
> like to invite > you > to become registered developer for Mingw
> project. We are happy with > your perfomance as contributor, and
> think that having developer > position might ease it in the
> future. Nonetheless, membership per se > and our organization in
> general is purely voluntary and doesn't bring > any > associated
> privileges outside Mingw project. > > If you accept this
> invitation, we would like to be sure that > you > understand
> developer's duties and rights: > > - We expect you to be
> subscribed to mingw-dvlpr mailing list (low > traffic, but it
> recieves automated notifications on any change in > project
> facilities) and perticipate in important discussions. > > - You
> may have tasks assigned to you. > > - Since currently Mingw
> project doesn't host any source code, you > won't get immediate
> access to it. However, you right now will have > access to
> http://www.mingw.org pages and can take up bugs and other > submissions
> from community. > > - You will have a vote in the questions
> concerning Mingw project > structure and functioning. > > >
> Looking forward for collaboration, > > -- > Paul Sokolovsky, IT
> Specialist > http://www.brainbench.com/transcript.jsp?pid=11135 >
> Thank you very much for the offer. I accept, but please be aware
> that I do not have anyway near the level of experience as the
> other developers on the project. I will contribute what I can,
> and agree to your outline of responsibilities.
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