[ZWeb] DISCUSS: Migration armageddon
Wed, 08 May 2002 08:34:03 -0400
Yes, IRC meetings have a way of forcing things to happen. I propose
o 1000 US/Eastern
o 1100 Brazil
o 1600 Europe
I can also have the meeting earlier in the day if that would help people
I'll propose an agenda after I hear a report from Chris today on what
happened with the migration.
Sidnei da Silva wrote:
> Now that we are back, i will start bugging people. ;)
> Can we make another irc meeting?
> On Ter 07 Mai 2002 18:38, Paul Everitt wrote:
> | This is a good discussion to have!
> | We currently have two underused facilities for this:
> | 1) Tasks are managed by the bug collector at:
> | http://collector.zope.org/ZopeOrg
> | 2) Large initiatives (like projects) would be described in the Wiki at:
> | http://www.zope.org/projects/nzo/FrontPage
> | What both lack, and what any new system would require, is human
> | attention. This is a critical role for a project like this. Somebody
> | needs to make sure that items are assigned, followed-up on, etc.
> | By the way, according to the time on your email, you are living two days
> | in the past. :^)
> | --Paul
> | Charl wrote:
> | > I have a suggestion. How about making a general to-do list for all
> | > activities the will have to take place considering nzo.
> | > On this list, we can display a lot of information, for example the
> | > person working on it, and ofcourse the progress. After an item
> | > is marked 'beta-finished' by the person involved in it, as many people
> | > as possible test it.
> | > If it comes out of the tests successfully ( eventually :] ) it is
> | > marked permenentely as 'finished'.
> | >
> | > -- Charl
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