@olivierlambert said in Nag-Screens:
I prefer to use my time to contribute if I need or to build myself an Open Source thing
Ok. Thanks again for your time.
I'm not understood by you mostly and I won't follow my current agenda being understood any longer to get to a mutual understanding with the goal of contribution while respecting both sides needs.
I'll respect your doing business your way and some of the thoughts you wrote seems plausible to me while I completely disagree with others. I leave that by this comment and stop here to save your time.
My last question on that is to repeat in other words what I already wrote:
You said I could have improved XCP-NG with the time I invested in writing the remove-disclaimer snippets. I checked the bugtracker of xcp-ng to see if I can
do something and realized that it'll probably take several days/weeks to get familiar with the code before being able to contribute something useful.
I'd like to contribute to xcp-ng with my scripting skills.
Can you or some other person suggest what I - a seasoned sysadmin with scripting capabilities(lua,php,perl,shell,ruby,...) - can do by writing/improving/checking scripts with a a budget of some varying amount of hours per week/month? (See my github repo for the past small scripting examples of what I've shared so far: https://github.com/megabert/)