[Qgis-developer] about building FOSS community
sim at gis-lab.info
Wed Jan 14 17:59:40 EST 2009
this post is great, thanks for the link, Martin!
Just a note, we do blog and write articles about QGIS a lot lately,
about our projects, experiences and working stuff, so I guess it would be
nice to have a place somewhere on the QGIS website to link to other
places, may be something under "international".
Вы писали 14 января 2009 г., 16:49:32:
MD> On Wed, Jan 14, 2009 at 9:00 AM, Paolo Cavallini <cavallini at faunalia.it> wrote:
>> Martin Dobias ha scritto:
>>> Here's a post by Aaron Seigo from KDE about building the community.
>>> He's giving advices on how to make the community around the project
>>> It's a good reading :-)
>> Very interesting read indeed.
>> How far you devs feel QGIS is from this ideal?
MD> What I have identified what could be improved:
MD> - documentation of design - there is automatically generated
MD> documentation for API, however the high-level image ("architecture")
MD> is not well documented (although it's relatively easy to understand)
MD> - cookbook - we should prepare a series of "how do I" code snippets
MD> for many common actions. This is much simpler way to get known to API
MD> than studying the docs. I've started with some snippets on wiki, but
MD> they're still missing much stuff:
MD> - "have a menu" - there's no feature plan for further releases - of
MD> course it's impossible to create a plan like in commercial project,
MD> but a good plan with direction where we're going would help - users
MD> would know what they can expect and developers have more unified look
MD> on the future
MD> - blogging - IMHO blogging more on qgis blog would help to keep
MD> project visible and let the users know it's active - new features, new
MD> plugin in repository, fixed bugs, usage of qgis for something, useful
MD> hints, rants, basically anything. (there might be someone aggregating
MD> interesting stuff from qgis mailing lists ???)
MD> But generally I have the impression that the developer and user
MD> community is open, helpful and having fun building this masterpiece
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