Frustrated software programmers unable to sign up to the voluntarily run community of developers behind the Debian GNU/Linux operating system have criticised the management of the project.
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However, Chapple added that the lead developers behind Debian might need to look at their managment processes as the community continues to grow.
“The slow pace at which the Debian community wants to grow could reflect a lack of anxiety about the project's ability to meet its goals. Many engineers prefer to have fewer people on a project because of the effort of communicating across large teams. Perhaps Debian needs to look at its project-management systems, to see how extra hands can be put to work effectively,” added Chapple.