Sounds like a good plan to me.
It's one of those bite-sized tasks that will grow with time, but will
make the overall process move along. Feel free to tag me offlist for
--- ispyhumanfly <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> chromatic wrote:
> > On Tuesday 11 December 2007 09:20:22 Paul Hodges wrote:
> >> But on this general note, is there any current organization or
> >> where small problems are being parcelled out? I'd love to help,
> but my
> >> time is as limited as everyone's.... If I could get small bites of
> >> to do, maybe I could contribute something useful.
> >> Anyone requesting one black-box module or function at a time? Or
> am I
> >> pipe dreaming?
> > I used to publish a Pugs and a Parrot task of the week in the
> > newsletter, but there didn't seem to be much uptake and so it
> > dissolved.
> > It might be nice to have a small list of bite-sized tasks for the
> > linked off of dev.perl.org/perl6 and the various project pages. I
> > there's a Perl 6 wiki around here somewhere, so in theory all we
> need is
> > someone to prune the page regularly and poke various projects
> asking for a
> > couple of small tasks for the uninitiated.
> > -- c
> I realize now I sent a post directly to chromatic regarding this
> but I've developed an idea using an existing technology that could
> really help for organizing something like this. www.hiveminder.com
> is a
> task/to-do list organizer application written using Jifty. It's
> and mainted by the Best Practical team. I would be willing to
> a group on hiveminder and people interested in getting involved can
> create accounts and have tasks assigned to them. These tasks could
> easily be tracked and monitored in an organized fashion with rss
> available for viewing by say; perl.org? Just an idea...
> _ispy++ >> [EMAIL PROTECTED] :: use Perl;
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