[GRASS-PSC] PSC management
hmitaso at ncsu.edu
Wed May 30 13:11:29 PDT 2012
I agree with Markus that PSC should have members involved in all kinds
and who have enough time to keep up with the new developments and discussions
about important issues.
I am still on the road (currently in Bratislava) and I should be back
to work in mid June.
I would like to confirm my interest to continue as member of PSC.
On Wed, May 30, 2012 at 11:58 AM, Markus Neteler <neteler at osgeo.org> wrote:
> On Mon, May 28, 2012 at 7:23 PM, Massimiliano Cannata
> <massimiliano.cannata at supsi.ch> wrote:
>> I'm interested in continue.
>> Even though I'm not a core developer I feel I have demonstrated a
>> substantial involvement in GRASS GIS (I) giving courses for engineers,
>> architects and professionals (II) conducting research in natural hazards
>> using grass (see foss4g presentations from Bangkok to Denver).
>> In any case if you think someone else is more appropriate I'm ready to make
>> a step back.
> Please don't since all kinds of contributions are important, not only coding.
> Thanks also to Scott, Michael and Dylan for their replies.
> (Helena is on the road but was in Prague discussing this topic).
> Yann replied offlist to me that he is stepping back but also that he
> hopes to come back.
> Some members didn't answer yet:
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