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From Tetsuya Kitahata <tets...@apache.org>
Subject Re: ASF member role - accountable to whom
Date Sun, 21 Sep 2003 10:46:50 GMT

On Sun, 21 Sep 2003 12:21:07 +0200
"Sander Striker" <striker@apache.org> wrote:

> Please, do not post stats of any kind to say something about merit.

Okay, Sander. I will not. I promise.

By the way,

> Same for posts;
> it's quality and quantity.  And stats don't measure quality.

How can you measure the quantity? Do you guys have nice 
*scientific* tools? To tell the truth, I have already
posted to apache.org mailing lists (including jakarta/xml/ws/http...)
around 1,000 (I've counted it up... today :-).
Yes, I have a nice *tool* for these kind of things, however, 
I am afraid you do not have.

In such situation, (and I am embodin' cross-project participation)
how can you measure *my* participation in the apache.org activities?

... This is really *what* I've wanted to know, because half of the
*ASF members* are parcitipating "only" http.apache.org mailing lists,
AFAICS.

Please tell me. Gentlemen.

--

Also, "about quality" ... if you guys would like to adhere to the
"quality" of participations/contributions ( & posts),
I am afraid it would become against the policy of OSS , soon ... 
"participation" and "contribution" would be highly recommended and
appreciated in OSS communities in *any* forms (however trifling they are),
I've heard. Am I right? wrong?

Incubate me, please.

Where has it gone?  .. APATCHY spirits?

Regards.

__ Tetsuya <tetsuya@apache.org> __



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