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Hi Yury, all,
Le 16/12/2014 07:04, Yury Tarasievich a écrit :
On 12/15/2014 11:44 PM, Rimas Kudelis wrote:
<lots of true and good things>

Will all this (any of this?) be actually implemented? :)


everything would be much smoother and we wouldn't waste our time
repeatedly expressing how annoyed and underappreciated we are feeling.

...this is real people, not robots for you. They *would* "whine" (who
"whined", anyway?) and express various sentiments, instead of just going
on with their work quietly. :)

Preaching to the choir: every project is about people, really. Twice
that OSS project. Forget it at project's peril.

Yes, you're right and that's why we will discuss it with the developers
and the UX team. It's not the time right now, because each team is
reaching deadlines for 4.4. I've already told the board that we have a
workload issue again and sent a mail to devs and UX to be careful with
our workflow. UX has set a page with string changes here:

As you said, our project is about people, and lot of different people
are contributing, it's not always easy to pick what one is doing. We
should have a better way to figure it. It's a communication issue, but
on the other hand, any time I try to organize a cross communication
meeting, only the marketing project is participating...
I wrote to Dwayne again, but he is now out of his office until the 5th
of January. For your information, TDF is willing to pay further
developments for Pootle, but the availability of the team is very low.

It's part of my job to smooth things in the project, and I'll really try
to do my best here.

Sophie Gautier
Co-founder - Release coordinator
The Document Foundation

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