12 Mar 2005 fjf   » (Master)

I don't know. I think Eugenia understands the OSS development process well enough. As she herself says:

I do OSNews for pure fun (it is just a hobby for me in order to fill up my free time), so if you have a problem with my spelling and grammar either:
a) do not come back (spare us and save your time too)
b) send me a proofread version of the article in question.
Whining about something I can't radically improve overnight, is not an option.

Sounds familiar?

Anyway, there's a difference between a small project like AbiWord where it's 20 or so developers trying to satisfy 20000 or so users, and big projects which act like they're the answer to life, the universe and everything. They can't all be 42.

Welcome to the real world.

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