An Unconventional, Nifty, and Eclectic Proprosal
Thu, 15 Jul 1999 14:35:30 +0200
On Thu, Jul 15, 1999 at 11:56:28AM +0100, Alaric Williams wrote:
> I support Fare
> I might write a handbook of "reasons why open source/community projects
> fail" - the lack of strong, decisive, leadership would be one of them. It
> doesn't matter if the decisions are right or not. Just so long as a good
> enough answer comes out. It'll do.
I have been quite a bad leader, up to now.
Perhaps because I never assumed the role,
and was waiting for someone to take it in my place.
I now understand that I mustn't expect this better someone
to be anyone but a better me. So I'll strive to be better.
(Of course if reality goes beyond my expectations, so far, so good!)
> /me dons asbestos vest
Please redirect your flames and discussion not specific to tunes to
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...so that IBM Java envangelist tells me "nothing spread as fast as Java",
to which I answer: "crack!"...