Previously Martin Aspeli wrote:
> For example, I think we are missing a trick currently with the way we
> manage maintenance releases. We do a good job of setting deadlines and
> not missing them by too much. What we don't do, is build any sense of
> urgency or importance around getting things done for those deadlines.
> We give people windows to hit if they happen to have something "in
> progress". This consists of one or two emails to the list. That's only
> half the story though. We need to think much more constructively about
> the process people go about in getting something going in the first
> place, and encouraging that.
I'm hoping that plonenext can help a bit with that. If people make a new
release the release manager can include that in plonenext, which makes
it immediately available to people developing against that. I have long
wanted a way to motivate people to make releases when they are ready
instead of only when I send out a call for releases. I'm hoping
plonenext will help with that.
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