@yogthos its not that simple, its the learning curve to get thru in order to contribute / maintain.
When I switched back to Linux about 8 years ago, I tried to be more active in the community (Ubuntu back then).
Which I already found hard, as I couldn't even get a bug report get through the right people.
I didn't understand the processes.
Back the I didn't have a job and still it took too much time to make a meaningful contribution.
Today I would only have a couple of hours per week.
Is there guide, how to be a linux contributor?
Same first panel, but then "who wants to pay for bugfixes" and "who wants to pay maintainers".
@yogthos also the "who are ready to contribute to a living salary for FOSS devs" ¬.¬'
@yogthos "Who wants to make a long-term commitment to be able to take fundamental (architectural, ...) decisions?"
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