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26th June 2014, 02:23 PM   |  #1  
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I'm thinking of creating a thread for people to contribute their unofficial builds. From my (admittedly small) experience so far, people who compile personal builds don't publish them in order to avoid the constant stream of repetitive questions, or to avoid the responsibility of having to response to even valid ones.

So in order to attract these people to post their stuff, one of the rules would be "no support required" & "No change log needed beyond what you feel like sharing"

Got any other condition in mind that keeps our "ghost compilers" from posting? Let's brainstorm.

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26th June 2014, 04:38 PM   |  #2  
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Originally Posted by Mademos

I'm thinking of creating a thread for people to contribute their unofficial builds. From my (admittedly small) experience so far, people who compile personal builds don't publish them in order to avoid the constant stream of repetitive questions, or to avoid the responsibility of having to response to even valid ones.

So in order to attract these people to post their stuff, one of the rules would be "no support required" & "No change log needed beyond what you feel like sharing"

Got any other condition in mind that keeps our "ghost compilers" from posting? Let's brainstorm.

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these people would still fall under GPU, since sharing officially and publicly. all sources for each sharer would have to be posted(legally).
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