I believe we should get a little bit more organized and I would like to see
some unit-tests in our project. Only with this kind of tests, we can check,
if the project is working, when somebody checks something into the CVS.
Also we should now list the upcoming tasks, so that even new members of our
team can easily participate. Therefor we should prioritize the tasks and then
we can begin to program this stuff. There are quite a lot of Feature
Requests and probably we can divide these in our current team, so that we have a
responsibility for these tasks.
From my point of view, right now, we have the following tasks on our plates:
- Refactoring of the Repository stuff (Oliver began already with this, so he
should be responsible)
- Refactoring of the Dependency
- Refactoring of the ANT Task (here we definitly can implement a Unit Test,
based on the Tests ANT provides)
- Clear explanation of the future requirements (basically the stuff the
JBoss group would like to see in our project, like independency to ANT, ...)
- Documentation of our current project (e.g. we should list the project
team, link directly to the CVS from the homepage, howtos, project guidelines,
If this is too much of a hassle for you, then we can skip this, but I am a
big friend of a little bit of organization :-)
Probably we have some more tasks, then just mail them to the list, and I
will add them to the list. I would definitly like them to appear on our homepage
as well, and not only in the SF.net tasklist. This would keep us a little
bit more independent from SF.
Also, I have a couple of ideas for the future, e.g. a CruiseControl
Integration, so that every build with CC will be repeatable based on our
dependency.xml. What do you think? Another idea would be to integrate greebo into a
project like krysalis.org/centipede. This would give us an involvement into the
whole build process and in my opinion, this would be really cool.
Please post your opions about this. I believe that we are right now in the
phase of determine the future of our project and we should make a clean
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