[ros-dev] Regarding documentation and attracting new developers
gedmurphy at gmail.com
Fri Oct 31 17:39:35 CET 2008
Marc Piulachs wrote:
> Imagine we are building a car and someone is working
> on a ultra HI-FI stereo system when the car has only three wheels and
> in fire after driving it for 5 minutes . Doesn't sound too smart spending
> much time working on the stero just because every body likes listening to
> music while driving.
But unless you're going to employ people, you can't force them to work on
the 4th wheel or the fire hazard.
People don't come here to be bossed around, they come here for fun.
Take away the fun, lose the devs.
It's better to have 20 devs working on things that interest them, than
trying to force them to work on certain things and ending up with 0 devs.
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