Well, I thought that you might dislike the idea, and that's why I
thought of checking first. I'm glad I did. =)
In regards to what you mention of not being sure how to come up with a
plan I would suggest checking the 1st Volume of the book "Thinking in
C++". There's a section in Chapter 1 titled "Analysis and design"
which might be useful. You can download the book from here . Just
as a reference, this book is listed amongst KDE recommended reading.
I'll be also checking to see if I can find anymore data on the subject.
On Wed, Feb 11, 2009 at 7:21 PM, Julian Bäume <julian@...> wrote:
> On Wednesday 11 February 2009 22:20:31 P Zoltan wrote:
>> On Wed, 11 Feb 2009 21:02:38 +0100, Juan De Vincenzo
>> <juandevincenzo@...> wrote:
>> > Hi there,
>> > I've been thinking that maybe, a good way to obtain some extra hands
>> > for the project would be with an open call for developers which could
>> > be carried out on the kde-devel mailing list.
>> > I would like to know your opinion of this, because maybe you don't
>> > think it is a good idea, so I didn't wanted to rush into it. Also, it
>> > might be good to wait until the site is up and running on the
>> > "official" domain, but that could also take some time (David, help us
>> > on that! =).
>> I don't think that's a good idea now. First of all, we should make the
>> release, for which aren't so many people needed -- but more the better
>> testers --. Secondly, we don't have a _clear_ plan (or I don't know about
>> it?) about what to do after the release, so we should get organized first.
> Testing will be done after the release, when it spreads the world ;) Since we
> still got the branch, we could do another bug-fix release shortly. IMHO, we
> should have a look at the latest subcircuit issues stated by Lawrence (and fix
> it, if its not too hard), put our names into the about-config and off we go.
> Second thing: yes, we need a plan. ;) Before that, we should somehow decide
> how to create it. wiki? This list? I'm not sure about it. I'm also not sure
> about how to create a good plan at all... :-S
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