OpenProject, deemed a success or failure?

Wednesday, March 6th, 2002 at 12:00 am | 1,199 views | trackback url

lilo, the success of a project is often watermarked and deemed “successful” if it survives past it’s first maintainer.

Why not just hand the project/maintenance off to someone who can work on it without requiring a salary to do so?

OPN does not need to be micromanaged to survive. It was created by the community, supported by the community, why not give it a chance at being managed responsible members of the community as well?

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