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Re: [tdf-discuss] The need of a central employment-office-like web structure for TDF/LibO volunteers


Robert Derman wrote:
It seems to me that a simple structure of choices is what is called for,
first basic types of contributions, code, artwork, advertising and
promotion, distribution of burned disks, technical contribution not
requiring a knowledge of coding.  Then when you have entered the area
where you could contribute, there would be a division of task sizes,
like the 1 hour or less, 1/2 day or less, one day or less, 2 days or
less, 1 week or less and so forth that was described here earlier.  then
finally a listing of the specific tasks.  there might also need to be a
division based on skill levels or particular basic skills, particularly
under the category of coding.

That's exactly the idea I have. :)

Each contributor should be able to choose only what he/she can (presumably) afford according to its available time and skills.

Regards,

Gianluca
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