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Re[2]: contracting around curl and libcurl

From: Aleksandar Lazic via curl-library <>
Date: Sun, 14 Jan 2018 10:26:24 +0000

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Von: "Sergei Nikulov via curl-library" <>
An: "libcurl development" <>
Cc: "Sergei Nikulov" <>
Gesendet: 13.01.2018 20:27:21
Betreff: Re: contracting around curl and libcurl

>2018-01-13 13:35 GMT+03:00 Daniel Stenberg <>:
>>I'm occasionally getting contacted by people and companies who're
>>for commercial help with curl and libcurl. Developing apps, installing
>>libcurl, debugging libcurl-using apps and similar tasks.
>>Personally I'm rarely able to "take" such projects since I'm employed
>>by and
>>work for Mozilla full-time already.
>>If *you* are a contractor or otherwise intersted in being able to
>>respond to
>>this kind of requests, how do you think we should proceed to
>>facilitate this
>>the best way? The easiest way (for me) would probably be to just
>>create a
>>separate mailing list for "curl jobs", and let companies/people ask
>>But perhaps there are better ways?
>>Or should we just let this kind of activity be held elsewhere to not
>>the regular project activities?
>If requests are often, nailing list "curl-requests/jobs" will be a good
>Otherwise, curl-user or support requests on GitHub should be enough.
Well my experience with such requests are that the requester primarily
use mails to communicate, not to much uses some developer tools like
I agree with Sergei, that a open mailinglist would be the best solution
imho, but this list requires a good anti-spam policy 8-O.

>> /
>Best Regards,
>Sergei Nikulov

Best regards

Received on 2018-01-14