[Freeswitch-users] Call For Help: Janitor Projects

João Mesquita jmesquita at gmail.com
Wed Apr 1 07:36:36 PDT 2009

I am sorry, but I really have to comment this one. Why the fuck do we  
need to have sooo much politics on an open source project? Janitor,  
non-janitor, developer, non-developer, girl or boy, we are all trying  
to get this thing better, aren't we? So leave your fucking ego out of  
the question and get your ass doing something that will actually get  
this project somewhere like we all instead of trying to get yourself  
called something. You want the president title? Get it and start  

Tony is the master dude in this place because, like he said, he wrote  
most of the 300,000 line of code. That simple. The title "core  
developers team" (sounds great, doesn't it?) are because .... they do  
CORE! Wanna be called core developer, DO CORE!

Anyway, my suggestion is, want something done? DO IT. Don't know how?  
Study! Don't want to know how ... buy Avaya or whatever. They will  
charge for your laziness.

Sorry for the bad language.


On Apr 1, 2009, at 10:59 AM, Raymond Chandler wrote:

> seven wrote:
>> I know that. And I'd like to read code. Developers written great code
>> and also plenty of comments(which is documentation) in code. However,
>> there are sth. don't need to comment in code but should be available
>> on wiki. E.g. I followed the svn commit log, and found
>> sip_auth_username and sip_auth_password added, so I documented to the
>> wiki.
> That's the right attitude to have... now if there were more people  
> doing
> that and less people complaining like little school girls, we could
> actually reach the next level in Open-Sourcetopia.
> -Ray
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