[Grok-dev] organizing the Grok community

Souheil CHELFOUH trollfot at gmail.com
Thu Feb 11 10:14:56 EST 2010

I'm considering myself a junior member of the dev team.
i'll help with what I can. I have the stress of the empty sheet, so
documentation is always a problem for me.
I tend to make it only technical, I'm not sure I'm useful in that sense.


2010/2/11 Jan-Wijbrand Kolman <janwijbrand at gmail.com>:
> Martijn Faassen <faassen at startifact.com> wrote:
>> Paul Wilson over on the grok-doc mailing suggested we organize the Grok
>> project's community better, and I think that's a great idea. This is
>> what we came up with. I've tried to keep it simple and fairly informal.
> Let me note that I support the attempts to get things a tad more organized.
> I hope one of the outcomes will be that more people are working on the core
> of grok - I think we're missing some firepower in this regard currently.
>> development group
>> -----------------
> I regard myself as member of this group. Having performed most of the
> recent Grok releases, one could say I'm also the release manager. I think
> the role of a Release Manager is somewhat broader though than what I have
> done so far.
> There's a hoist of things I would've liked to spend time on: the zapp
> zope.app project, but especially the integration of the newer martian
> versions.
>> web admin group
>> ---------------
>> Responsible for making sure that grok.zope.org continues running and
>> works well.
>> We talk on grok-web-adm at googlegroups.com
> Where necessary I could support this team. I do not really like to have
> discussions about this topic on yet another list though. Could we move the
> discussion of the grok website administration to the grok-dev or maybe
> grok-doc list?
> regards,
> jw
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