Over time, I answered a number of questions here. Many times, these questions were quite (user) specific and answers were created, writing in an improvising way.
In some occasions however, things were definitely more developed into a mature result. Some of these questions/answers furthermore, might be useful to a broader range of users, with a nicely integrated GUI, be maintained, updated and easily available and installable by inexperienced users.
Although I love to update these answers every now and then here, like anyone else I have my limitations (won't tell you which :) ), and a one-person team is not the most professional approach to guarantee a long(er) life of a project.
So my question is: how are launchpad teams usually created
Narrowing down the question a bit
I get the impression many users of AU, actively involved in developing, are also programmers/developers in their daily live. Their daily environment is more or less related to what they do here.
With me the situation is quite different. Most of my colleagues do not know at all what I am doing here, have little understanding of-, and no affinity with the subject. In other words; my professional network is not related to programming at all.
The most important insight I'd like to gain is if teams (in general) come from existing co operations, brought to Launchpad, or if new teams arise in the virtual world.