[Osia-members] Has anyone mined email list archives to prove collaborating in Open Source works?

Cameron Shorter cameron.shorter at gmail.com
Tue Dec 22 20:49:04 AEST 2015

Hi Stuart,
I like your summary on your inspiration to contribute. It is the sort of 
opinion worthy of quoting.

Thanks for the kind words too.


On 22/12/2015 9:56 am, Stuart Guthrie wrote:
> Hi Cameron,
> It's difficult to say. Some forums are chatty and worthwhile to whip up enthusiasm.
> I get interested in helping when I think I can contribute,  when it's really easy to get started and when the core development are friendly and helpful not snooty and arrogant (which of course you are not).
> Fwiw I think you have done an amazing job over the years with your work. I think it should be more recognised.

On 22/12/2015 8:27 am, Cameron Shorter wrote:
> I can't find any research which confirms that spending time on email 
> lists, building Open Source communities, works. Has anyone got some 
> pointers?
> I've blogged about this here:
> http://cameronshorter.blogspot.com.au/2015/12/how-much-code-should-open-source.html 

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