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This is an old revision of PuppyDevelopment made by coolpup on 2011-06-05 08:12:52.


"If a coder asks for user input, it's because he or she thinks the interaction is fun, and educational. But the ultimate reason for coding is because the euphoria of problem solving is addictive. And we seek more and harder problems, like an addict desperate for a fix...To sum it up, and cut it short: no open source developer has any obligation to users whatsoever. Suggesting otherwise is extremely harmful."

"But what is VERY important: Let there NEVER be any kind of rush. Longterm support of open source projects require a non-stress environment. We have too many non-continued projects in the Puppy community..."

"Linux is great because of the diversity and distributed development. The software is often developed by the actual end users - not by committee, and not for the purpose of making a profit. The result is power and flexibility."

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