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Mirek, *,

Regards para 1): why would there need to be a developer already in agreement
to start the process?  It would be nice if one, or more, were already on
board, but much of the argument for implementation actually comes from
fleshing out the details of what the enhancement should be.

Admittedly  a developer's understanding of the structure of the program and
cross platform implementation early in the process improves feasibility of
implementation and can provide reasonable  bounds to the design. But,
waiting for developers to appear and take an interest otherwise stifles

On the other hand, if there is a reasonable flow of good designs from the
Design process that result in implementation then that flow becomes the
norm.  More developers will "check-in" to see what needs to be worked on,
and I'd expect that a fair number would actually make design contributions.  
As is now many do their own design work while implementing their code.


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