[mythtv-users] Paying one or some of the developers
Dean at collins.net.pr
Wed Sep 6 19:27:24 UTC 2006
Yep totally agree which is why I've always respected Isaac's right to do
I'm there to totally support when/if required, with anything except for
coding (it's not what I do).
I'd love to see a more commercial spinoff of MythTV but that's not my
call to make so until then I'll just be a happy end user.
In case people are wondering what I do 'do' feel free to check out
www.cognation.net or check out a presentation I did last night to the
NY-Tech Meetup group for one of my clients (www.mexuar.com) who have
developed an add on application to Asterisk
I'd love to have someone come along who is willing to demonstrate MythTV
to the group (be aware you need "big cahonnas" though as the audience is
always 500-600+ people in the room :)
> -----Original Message-----
> From: mythtv-users-bounces at mythtv.org [mailto:mythtv-users-
> bounces at mythtv.org] On Behalf Of chris at cpr.homelinux.net
> Sent: Wednesday, 6 September 2006 2:53 PM
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> Subject: Re: [mythtv-users] Paying one or some of the developers
> On Wed, Sep 06, 2006 at 08:49:19AM -0400, Steven Adeff wrote:
> > I hope that noone would renege on their donation to the bounty,
> > but I think that is the fear Isaac and perhaps other dev's have with
> > the bounty concept.
> That's not the impression I got. On the one hand Isaac said that
> he doesn't want to put a lot of work into writing bountied code
> only to not get paid, but on the other hand he's also said that he
> simply has no desire to make any money from Myth. Dean inferred
> that the reason MythTV isn't a professionally-managed project like
> Apache or Asterisk is because the application lacks commercial
> demand and the devs are happy to keep it rolling along as just a
> hobby. At the moment, Isaac is omnipotent and doesn't have to
> debate design with us, doesn't have to follow any schedule, doesn't
> have to accept patches from anyone, and doesn't have to fix any
> bugs that don't affect him personally because Myth is untimately
> still just a "I wrote some neat code and you can use it if you
> want" kind of project.
> This all adds up to "don't tell me what to write".
> It's too bad that Isaac isn't interested in making MythTV into the
> next Asterisk, but that's entirely within his rights. If people
> want design committees, scheduled development, financial backing,
> etc. then they're just going to have to fork the project and do it
> themselves. That's what freedom #3 of the GPL is all about.
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