Narayan Aras schrieb:
What you are suggesting is equivalent to an internal review amongst
It's just a proposal for an updated agenda that allows to start working
for the final release before the long-term vision has been established.
And as you already stated, the agenda seems not to be realistic for a
So we - the website team - need to find a solution. And I think Nino's
proposal is a good one. Of course we need an internal review - internal
by the website team. If you prefer an alternative approach, please
provide your proposal.
> Our aim is to establish the long-term vision, and then derive the
short/mid term action-plan to achieve that goal.
Please define who is "we"?
I can only describe what I personally think: At this very moment the
main task for the website team should be the present website being ready
for our release.
Reading Michaels comment he seems to support this approach, David has
done a tremendous work on this goal. Christian, Ivan and Christoph spent
their time and effort on this task too.
So I think the general approach at the moment seems to support more what
The long-term plans have to be discussed in detail - no question.
But this is not the task I (can't speak for the entire team, but what I
read here seems to support my opinion) want to work on *now*.
So the idea of prioritizing the agenda items is reasonable IMHO.
Let's start working - we have discussed way too long without working on
the short-term tasks.
Discussion can and should go on - but let's have the work in the most
The website team will be evaluated by the *work* it manages to handle.
It's our chance to show the community that we are not a group of
individuals spending our time on discussions, while the work is not done
or left over to just a handful. We want to be a team - let's show the
community that we are one!
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