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From Upayavira ...@odoko.co.uk>
Subject How long is too long in the incubator?
Date Fri, 29 Nov 2013 22:25:04 GMT
If a podling has been in the incubator for some years, but is struggling
to reach critical mass, is there any reason not to just let the podling
be? Is there any reason why the podling should be terminated?

Obviously, if it comes to a point at which it is clear that it is never
going to reach critical mass, then the podling should close.

But, if it teeters, never reaching critical mass, but always promising
to burst into life, is there any reason why it should be terminated?

I'd argue that a slow and quiet podling does no harm to the ASF for as
long as the mentors are willing to stay present with the podling.

Does anyone here disagree with that sentiment?

Upayavira


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