Le 2010-11-19 11:41, drew a écrit :
On Fri, 2010-11-19 at 11:34 -0500, Benjamin Horst wrote:
Lots of ideas will grow from this, but I first want to get the general
concept in front of everyone to begin discussions.
Hi Marc, Ben,
Just wanted to agree with the idea that this is important for us to look
Mozilla certainly has some team supporting processes that we should look
at, as does Ubuntu and just this morning I had a chance to look at the
what BrOffice is doing with their local teams. Not identical i nature to
this discussion but of interest I suppose.
Anyway - just to add my voice that this is something IMO that we should
put some effort into.
Hi Ben and Drew:
Neat! I had heard of these groups but have not as yet seen any where I
live. We are a "university town" with 2 universities and one community
college. Google even has a large building near the University of
Waterloo (a Research and Development Facility) and RIM (makers of the
Blackberry) have their corporate headquarters here in town as well as
IMO, this is a great idea.
This sounds more like it should have its own thread for proper
discussion and debate and it should also be included in with the:
From a Drupal perspective, yes, we should look at the availability of
tools and implementation feasibility.
I'm sure that Michael will chime in at some point and give his Drupal
impression of managing such a project on the site.
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