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Le 2011-01-04 10:48, Sophie Gautier a écrit :
Hi Marc,
On 04/01/2011 17:51, Marc Paré wrote:

Thanks for taking care of this Sophie.

You're welcome.

We should also point out that
there is also another "task" or "work_items" list with details of work
in progress here: .

These are design/marketing tasks. So it's quite different from getting
Dev/L10n/Doc/Marketing/Website and NL teams to work together to be ready
on a dedicated deadline. For example, if Doc team is late after feature
freeze with Readme file, L10n teams won't have it in time, that will
delay the beta release, that will delay QA, etc, etc.

We could maybe adopt the same format as this one for the sake of

Well, no problem to change the formatting. As said, it's yours if you
like to.
For me there is no need for an Urgency, Importance or Comments rows
(it's done or not, if not, it will be too late or it will delay
When we will use the table for 3.4, there will be dates in front of the
deadlines and the name of the member taking the task under his
responsibility. I hope that if something goes wrong we will be able to
help each other to get everything in place at the right time.
Kind regards

Thanks. Then no problem with the way it is now. We could always amend on the fly later when we use it.



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