On 3/13/06, John Reilly <jr at inconspicuous.org> wrote:
> > therefore, it's a waste of time and energy to continue to take part in
> > it. I'd rather see people putting that energy into work that has some
> > return.
>> Where though and on what .... there are so many choices...
Easy - pick a bug that's niggling you, or a project you wish was
better documented, or a feature you really, really want, and get
working. Report the bug, write the documentation, or add the feature.
It can take as little or as much time as you want - bug reports only
take a few minutes, but you can then spend hours trying to figure out
*exactly* when or where the bug appears... Documentations fixes can be
done in minutes - documenting a new feature you don't know well can
take days. And don't even get me started on how coding eats time :-)
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