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From: Roger Faust
Subject: Re: GUILE FAQ
Date: Mon, 22 Jan 2001 14:50:41 +0100

On Mon, 22 Jan 2001, thi wrote:

> guile's development climate is somewhat chilly because the people with
> write privs have more programming than project management experience,
> and often form (perhaps unintentionally) barriers to contributions and
> other help from the community.  it takes great skill and some art to be
> able to consistently convert incidental alignments of interest into long
> term cohesive effort (especially for volunteer projects), but usually we
> see that the first step towards this kind of arrangement, namely the
> recognition that long term cohesive effort has any value as compared to
> short term personal glory, falters in some way or another.  couple all
> this w/ MIT-style DTRT approach and you get very little user-visible
> "churn".  (but, hey, what do you expect w/ a name like "guile"? :-)
> what are all your requirements?

I think the main point is documentation, the stuff which I got until 
now didn't courached me to invest more time in GUILE. I
don't want to say that I'm not interessted, but I haven't so much


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