I've created a group on www.hiveminder.org for Perl6 collaborative
task tracking and management. I've done some thinking and I've come
up with a way in which I would like to maintain this group, its
organizers and its members.
Organizers ( moderators ) -
A group organizer ( much like myself ) has the ability to add tasks
to the 'up for grabs' section. This is where all Perl6 related tasks
should be placed first, since they have yet to be assigned. An
organizer is able to check and see the status of who/what is going on
with a certain task that has been assigned to a group 'member'. I
believe a group organizer also has the ability to appoint tasks to
Members ( our community hackers ) -
A group member is an individual who can freely login ( once an
invite has been sent to them ), check to see what's 'up for grabs' and
self assign a given task to him/herself. These tasks can be monitored
by the group organizer(s).
[ a call for organizers ]
Ok, so here is what I need. I would like a few key individuals (
namely those in a position to make decisions regarding what is/is not
a task for Perl6 related development ) to get involved as group
organizers. This way key individuals who know what is going on with
the group and what needs to be done next are able to post those tasks
in the 'up for grabs' section.
[ a call for members ]
For those of you who are planning on contributing your time and code,
a response to me off list would be greatly appreciated. This way I
can send you all invites through hiveminder and we'll be well on our
way to better Perl6 task organization.
>> end note...
Any questions? :)
Where is the feed?
I think that my programming competences are not going to help anyone
(unless you want crappy things^^;)
I would like to know if there is an on going translation of the doc?
If there are 'official' tutorials - translations ?
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