Re: [Consortium] Hardware loan policy

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Date: Saturday, February 28, 2004 - 2:18 am

>>>>> "Daniel" == Daniel James writes:

> Perhaps instead of rotating the hardware, we could set up a
> scheme whereby one developer or site 'X' agrees to be the
> maintainer of support for device 'Y', and other developers who
> want to test their software on 'Y' have to work with 'X'. That
> way, 'X' gets the benefit of having the loan hardware on-site,
> but also has the responsibility to work with the community on
> support for it.

I support this.

bye,

andrea

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