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    5 (more) Ways To Destroy Your Community 5 (more) Ways To Destroy Your Community Presentation Transcript

    • Destroy YourCommunity in 5Easy Steps Josh Berkus Community Hit Man SCALE 2010
    • Community Size Community Growth Project Year
    • Carbon Concentration Global CO2 Concentration Year
    • Community Size Cut Off That Ugly Growth! Project Year
    • 1. We Dont Need No Stinkin Docs!NEVER DOCUMENT … the code … the build methods … the patch submission process … the release process … how to install it … how to use it
    • 1. We Dont Need No Stinkin Docs!NEVER DOCUMENT … the code … the build methods … the patch submission process … the release process … how to install it … how to use it If it was hard to write, it should be hard to understand!
    • For Advanced Players Proprietary Licensed Documentation
    • 2.Feed TheTrolls
    • Nurture Your Trolls!1. Argue with them at length2. Denounce them venemously3. Ban them4. Argue with them in other projects
    • Nurture Your Trolls!1. Argue with them at length2. Denounce them venemously3. Ban them4. Argue with them in other projects5. Allow them back into your project6. GOTO 1
    • 3. Non-Standard Licenses Bobs License Preamble: This license is just like the GPL, exceptthat I changed a few clausessince its only fair that if you make money with thissoftware I should be able to make money too.
    • Add some exceptions ... 1. This FLOSS Exception applies to all Programs that contain a this notice saying that theProgram may be distributed under the terms of this FLOSS Exception.2. If you prefer you can use theZope Database Adapter ZPsycopgDA (i.e., every file inside the ZPsycopgDA directory) user the ZPL license.
    • and change licenses frequently! This work and all of its derivative works may berelicensed by the Bob projectat any time simply by posting a new license on this web page.
    • 4. Lock it up!● Your version control system allows you to restrict permissions … use it! ● Only grant commit rights on specific directories ● Only grant commit rights on specific branches ● Lock everyone out when youre “working” ● Create files that only you are allowed to modify ● Suspend peoples commit rights whenever they break one of your “rules”
    • 4. Lock it down!● Only you should have admin on the web server● Only you should have control of the DNS● Only you should touch the mail server● Only you should administrate the CMS
    • 4. Lock it down!● Only you should have admin on the web server● Only you should have control of the DNS● Only you should touch the mail server● Only you should administrate the CMS … then vanish off the internet for weeks at a time!
    • Just Be Yourself… a self-righteous jerk
    • WrongDear submitter,Thanks for your patch!You might need to check out thisdiscussion <link> about some of theside effects of what you propose, andlet us know if you have ideas on howto get around them. Also, please dolook at the developer FAQ <link>;there are a few code formattingissues, particularly use of tabs.Let us know if you have questions!
    • RightHey newbie,Jesus, another threading patch?Didnt you search the archives, or atleast pay attention for a week?And boy, can I tell youre fresh outof school, you have tabs all over theplace.Come back when youve learned how tocode.
    • The 5 Steps1.No docs2.Feed the trolls3.Non-standard licensing4.Lock it up, lock it down5.Be a jerk Now you have your project to yourself again … and the world is safe! This presentation copyright 2009 Josh Berkus, licensed for distribution under the Creative Commons Attribution License, except for photos, most of which were stolen from other peoples websites via images.google.com. Thanks, Google!