david.guembel at gmx.de
Tue May 3 10:14:24 CDT 2005
On Dienstag 03 Mai 2005 16:43, Brian Vincent wrote:
> On 5/3/05, Shachar Shemesh <wine-devel at shemesh.biz> wrote:
> > I can suggest a simple rule to go by, as to whether to include a
> > company or not. In order to be included, a company has to show that it
> > has contributed (via it's employees or directly) a non-trivial patch to
> > wine. We can even limit it to "in the past year". At the moment, I
> At some point over the next few weeks I'll throw something together
> (feel free to beat me to it.)
> I don't think we need any criteria about contribuing to Wine or a
> "platinum" level. If you're crazy enough^H^H^H^H^H able to do
> commercial support then we should advertise it. There's plenty of
> companies who can do support without the knowledge to contribute. In
> fact, you could think of them offering support as their way of
> contributing. Support companies can also 'escalate' to someone else
> if coding is involved.
> Also, I'll bet we won't have to worry about the list being too big any
> time in the near future.
> Let's not worry about that now. A lot of names would be good.
I absolutely agree.
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