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== Packaging ==
== Packaging ==
=== Windows & OS X Packaging ===


Pay someone to maintain Windows or macOS packaging, e.g. 20 hours a month or something and ideally it would be long term, 1+ years.
Pay someone to maintain Windows or macOS packaging, e.g. 20 hours a month or something and ideally it would be long term, 1+ years.


=== CI-generated Packages ===
Maintaining a Linux (e.g. Ubuntu) package repository is a lot of work, and ideally, we'd do it for more than one distro. We might pay someone who sets everything up, so that CI triggers (automatically) a regular generation of packages, and can be instructed to generate new release packages. In a perfect world, that person would accompany the project for the duration of ~2 releases, so that the kinks are worked out with a high probability.
=== Maintainer Assistance ===
Pay someone to assist the lead maintainer, by going through issues and PRs to try to label and weed out stuff, and just do whatever they can manage to help reduce the lead maintainers work load.  Martin had some good words to describe this kind of role, and it's extremely valuable and would be worth paying for if we found the right person.
Pay someone to assist the lead maintainer, by going through issues and PRs to try to label and weed out stuff, and just do whatever they can manage to help reduce the lead maintainers work load.  Martin had some good words to describe this kind of role, and it's extremely valuable and would be worth paying for if we found the right person.


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