On Sat, 23 Sep 2006, Patrick O'Connor wrote:
> However I can't agree that the only useful way to be a contributor is to
> write code, documentation or provide support.
I don't think Colm, in listing particular forms of contribution,
intended to deny any others.
The important thing is to *contribute*. Just "users" ("using" does
not imply any contribution) adds nothing to free software, and are
not really important, except to the extent the ultimately turn into
contributors (however infrequent, in whatever form).
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