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Date:  Sat, 27 Oct 2007 04:10:14 +0200
From:  Arthur Sherman <arturs (at mark)>
Subject:  [coba-e:10973] Re: AW:  Re: Progress Development Bluequartz
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> >> Well, I am not he developer myself, nevertheless I'd like to help 
> >> this project (especially creating schematic & program flow 
> >> documentation - then, it will be easy to develop 
> additional features) 
> >> in any way, including financial. I could donate some money 
> for hiring 
> >> freelance developers, like those from, 
> which could
> >> assist our dev group.    
> >> Other followed, we could easily accomplish this project 
> within months.
> > 
> > personally i think this is a good approach. create a list 
> of things to 
> > do, collect money, pay a developer to do it. i think i mentioned 
> > something like that once, but did not get much response back then.
> IMHO what the BQ project is lacking is a Project Manager or a 
> team that (everyone agrees) is responsible for the 
> organisation and has the time to actively manage it.  It 
> seems we have a selection of people here that are willing to 
> donate time and money to the project but no system in place 
> to select/decide who does what and how it is done.
> Just my 0.02 GBP
> Dan

Totally agree.
By me, this is a bottleneck, not the lack of resources