On 8/8/12, Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@xxxxxx> wrote: > My proposal is to work on package management roughly as outlined above > (adjusting the plan (mainly the order of steps) as I see fit) for two > periods of 160 work hours each (i.e. more or less the equivalent of two > full-time months, though not necessarily on a full-time schedule) for 2000 > Euros each, to be paid after the completion of each period. On 8/9/12, Oliver Tappe <zooey@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > Pretty much the same here, really: My commercial project is going to end > somewhere near the end of this year, so I'd be interested to add two 160 > hour periods of my own working time on top of what Ingo has suggested. > Price tag and conditions would be the same (i.e. 2000 EUR per 160h, no > promise to deliver the 160h within a single calender month). Since Ingo > and I are working for the same customer, the caveats Ingo has mentioned > do apply for me, too: I can't say definitely at this point in time, but > I think I should be able to start work in January 2013, hopefully a bit > sooner. Ingo & Oliver, Both of your contract proposals have been accepted. Congratulations! However, there are two discussion points. Attached to this mail is a set of contractor obligations that each of you must agree to. Most are conventions within the Haiku project. The rest is other requirements that each of you should already be familiar with, having done previous contracts. E.g., providing quotable summaries to Haiku, Inc. for marketing purposes and posting information to the project's website, so as to give casual users a sense of the ongoing work. Let us know if they're agreeable. A concern was raised that at the end of these contracts, package management may be in a state where it is nearly finished but not readily available to other contributors/package maintainers. We are asking that if it is possible to put package management into a state where others can help out, that would seem to be a good focal point. --mmadia Matt Madia Board of Directors Haiku, Inc.