On Tue, Aug 19, 2008 at 07:07:25PM +0100, Kake L Pugh wrote:
On Wed 06 Aug 2008, Thomas Klausner
Additionally, recently a startup in Vienna
launched that's doing
basically the same as OpenGuides (though not so open..):
As they have money, they do a much better job than a few volunteers.
While I'm on this thread, I just wanted to respond to this. I don't
think it's necessarily true that people with money will do a better
job than a few volunteers.
Uhm, I guess that's not what I wanted to say, at least not in the
general sense. But still, it depends on the number of volunteers and the
involved money. In Vienna's case, that's one or two people with no time
vs. an "aggressive" startup.
But in general, I don't think domm's assertion
Well, I miss-phrased my assertion. What I meant was "Usually a group of
people who get paid for their job do better then one or two volunteers
with no significant time (actually, no time at all...) to spend on the
But still, too bad that it didn't work out for Vienna, and it definitly
wasn't the fault of the software...