[isf-wifidog] member of wifidog team?

François Proulx fproulx at edito.qc.ca
Mer 6 Sep 15:19:00 EDT 2006

Why did you even consider removing your name ? You totally deserve to  
be there Mike. Wifidog would certainly not be the way it is now  
without you. You have given a lot of feedback and suggestions.

On 4-Sep-2006, at 17:18 , Michael Lenczner wrote:

> Well, I'm not sure if there are norms about who is considered a
> participant in an open-source project.   I added myself as a
> participant in July. (http://dev.wifidog.org/wiki/About?version=19)
> I made sure not to specify that my contribution was not to the code,
> it was working on UI, usecases, connecting with other technologies.
> Someone erased my name a couple of weeks later, anonymously.
> If I'm making a mistake by considering myself a contributor to
> WifiDog, please let me know.  So far I know that I've spent more time
> specifically on Wifidog than have some of the people listed as
> developers, recently working with Benoit, Francois, and consulting in
> person with Gabe (from toronto), Rob (from NYC), and Jo I've designed
> the way that we're going to be going in terms of user interface and
> content managment.  And I've been at least partially responsable for
> getting $2,500 dollars to both have a designer work on the mockup and
> partially implement the mockup, getting another $2,000 which will be
> spent on it over the next few months, and hopefully getting $4,000 to
> improve the statistics system.
> I thought that those contributions, among others, connected with being
> a constant reader of and poster to the mailing list since it's
> inception, would let me count myself as a member.   For now, I put my
> name back on.  If I'm wrong, just let me know.
> Sincerely,
> michael
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