Hi Naryan, hi Nino!
As Bernhard already said, I also think the proposal by Nino to focus on
the very next steps is a very sensible one.
Am Freitag, den 21.01.2011, 16:29 +0530 schrieb Narayan Aras:
What you are suggesting is equivalent to an internal review amongst
Our aim is to establish the long-term vision, and then derive the
short/mid term action-plan to achieve that goal.
The long-term vision for the website is important, that's true. But when
looking at one of the decision criteria proposed by project management,
both importance and urgency can be considered. From my point-of-view,
the work on the current website (making it perfect for the release) is
both important and urgent.
What I'd like to bring in is, that the current website / infrastructure
is the "window to the world" so it is required that many people have to
be happy with it. If not, then there are less users, missing external
support, and thus, no need for any long time planning :-)
David, Ivan and Christian still do a tremendous job to make the website
- so I'd like to ask them, if they feel that discussing the current
issues / requests for help will help them. So please speak up (thanks!).
Narayan, one kind request - please keep the essential part of the
message you reply to. This makes it easier to keep track without having
to look at the older messages.
Am Freitag, den 21.01.2011, 11:42 +0100 schrieb Nino Novak:
On Friday 21 January 2011 02:23, Michael Wheatland wrote:
On Fri, Jan 21, 2011 at 10:38 AM, Bernhard Dippold
Please let us keep focused on the work at the moment. When the
present site is in a final state, the team has shown how it works
and Drupal has lost it's "red rag" meaning to some community
members, we can consider all of these possibilities. To keep the
proposals in mind, they should be added to the wiki.
Does this sound reasonable?
I fully agree with your statement. [...]
Then please drop Agenda items 1, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9 and 10 and replace them
[... Proposals ...]
Thereby you all can show that you are realists and not dreamers.
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