[mapserver-dev] Toronto sprint hopes and dreams
woodbri at swoodbridge.com
Wed Feb 4 11:30:52 EST 2009
I think your proposal sounds good. I can be reached via skype chat with
userid: stephen.woodbridge and I can also log into IRC if needed. Since
you have the bulk of the PSC there do not feel as you need to wait on me
for voting if I'm not available.
Good luck and good coding!
Tamas Szekeres wrote:
> 2009/2/4 Daniel Morissette <dmorissette at mapgears.com
> <mailto:dmorissette at mapgears.com>>
> I just checked the attendance list and only you and SteveW will be
> missing from the PSC. I don't think we can expect all changes to be
> RFC'd and voted before the sprint since the whole idea of the event
> is to get together to fast track design discussions and development,
> so the real discussions and decisions will happen there. If/when
> significant changes are discussed in Toronto that require a RFC and
> vote, would it be acceptable to you and SteveW to have a shorter
> voting period for the duration of the sprint so that we can allow
> things to move more quickly?
> Perhaps if you could be available over IRC or skype we could include
> you in some of the important discussions?
> I've also missed Umberto from the list (If we use the same list,
> I'm fine having a shorter period and I could be online on IRC most of
> the time according to the central european time zone.
> It would be OK to summarize the final concept in a short email and the
> europeans would respond by mail or get online within a desired time
> denoted in this mail.
> We could also think about a regular daily IRC meeting times in every day
> where all of those changes would be discussed to keep the things moving.
> By raising this I just wanted to make sure a particular change will lead
> to a proper direction not requiring to revert that because of a possible
> future enhancement was not counted by the attendees for example.
> However there's no doubt this event will be a good chance to get
> significant improvements in the code, definitely :-)
> Best regards
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