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Hi Simon,

Simon Phipps píše v Pá 03. 06. 2022 v 09:59 +0100:

On Fri, Jun 3, 2022 at 7:51 AM Ilmari Lauhakangas <
ilmari.lauhakangas@libreoffice.org> wrote:
Tendering and in-house development are not interchangeable, but
they are 
interlinked. Keep in mind that the in-house devs would participate
in 
running tenders.

Another valuable role for an in-house developer would be to manage a
more long-term relationship with specialist subcontractors, for
example a company with expertise in accessibility development. With a
longer-term expert subcontractor, TDF could then actually develop new
capabilities rather than simply fix bugs and stand still like AOO. By
adding to our list of approaches a managed but non-employee longer-
term relationship with outside firms that is not limited to a single
task, TDF would be able to both benefit from the flexibility of
tendering and also gain the benefit of long-term staffing.

Thank you very much, I've added this paragraph as a new Focus area, and
removed your comment that touched this area.

All the best,
Kendy


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