[Dev] credits page

Megver83 megver83 at openmailbox.org
Fri Apr 28 11:53:03 GMT 2017

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got it, I liked your idea, you could tell lukeshu through IRC since he
manages the parabolaweb

El 28/04/17 a las 06:10, Robert Alessi escribió:
> Thank you for the links.  But actually I meant something different 
> than electronic directories of active members.  As an example, I
> would refer to the "Contributors" page of CTAN
> (http://ctan.org/author).  To date, 2,424 contributors to CTAN are
> listed.  Some of them are inactive for months or years, some are
> dead, but their work is still available, and anyone can learn from
> that place who did what.  Or still does: time is not relevant here,
> only work and authorship are.
> Example of an "inactive" author: http://ctan.org/author/lehman 
> Example of another who is deceased: http://ctan.org/author/rahtz
> That said, I can understand that putting up such a page may not be 
> practical nor desirable.
> Best,
> Robert
> On Thu, Apr 27, 2017 at 04:13:49PM -0300, Megver83 wrote:
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>> https://www.parabola.nu/people/hackers/ 
>> https://www.parabola.nu/people/support-staff/ 
>> https://www.parabola.nu/people/hacker-fellows/ 
>> https://www.parabola.nu/people/artists/
>> El 27/04/17 a las 16:08, fauno escribió:
>>> Robert Alessi <alessi at robertalessi.net> writes:
>>>> Hi Everyone,
>>>> Now that things have seemingly settled down, may I suggest
>>>> to make some kind of a "Credits Page" where it would be
>>>> possible to learn about who did (or does) what for Parabola?
>>>> I have no capacity whatsoever to ask for this, but I think
>>>> that having such a page published would be fair to the
>>>> developers who did contribute _a lot of their time_, even
>>>> if—and if I may say so especially if—they are no longer part
>>>> of the project.
>>>> It would also be very convenient for them to have a well 
>>>> documented page to refer to in their resume.
>>>> Many thanks for your attention and all the best to the team!
>>> look for "hackers" and "support staff" (which i think should
>>> be removed) on parabola.nu :)
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