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Interview with Daniel Holbach

BehindUbuntu has interviewed Daniel, who is spending most of his Ubuntu time in Ubuntu's DesktopTeam, doing package maintenance and working on Desktop bugs.
Read the interview here


How much time do you spend working on Ubuntu?

It must be 50+ hours per week (if you count the weekends, etc.) It varies a lot though. Here I'd like to quote from `Hayao Miyazaki – Master of Japanese Animation` of `Helen McCarthy`: she quotes Andrew Simmons, a staffer at Disney about work in an animation studio:

Full day's work – a full eight-hour day, forty-hour week
Busy – forty- to forty-five-hour week
Very busy – forty-five- to fifty-hour week
Very, very busy – fifty-five- to sixty-hour week
Crunch time – sixty- to seventy-hour week plus some
Last week of crunch – living on Jolt soda and coffee
Done by Friday – getting the phone number of the Betty Ford Clinic
Done – Coma

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