Sean Foderaro (jkf@frisky.Franz.COM)
Thu, 29 Jun 95 07:32:32 -0700

The cheapest way to boost the horsepower of the development effort
would be to release the source to the net. Your cost would be one
person to coordinate your internal development work with the external
work by all the folks on the net. For example, the Windows version
doesn't support reading a reflector list and creating a menu or dialog
from it. That's an easy and useful thing to do but not a very
exciting one so it may never reach the top of the todo list of one of your
internal developers. That is something a person on the net could contribute.