Maybe we should get Twitter to extend the conference a few days... :-P

BTW I will be in SF until the 22 if anybody wants to continue the
conversations or just wants to get together.

Abraham

On Mon, Apr 12, 2010 at 13:39, Orian Marx (@orian) <or...@orianmarx.com>wrote:

> This was the conclusion to my email to Ryan... a few actionable
> points:
>
> Immediate term:
> * Carve out a block during the Chirp hack day to engage with the
> developer community with the specific intent of figuring out ways to
> make the issue tracker and forums more effective. (The conference
> shouldn't be an entirely "push" experience for the Twitter team)
> * Carve out a block during the Chirp hack day to review the open
> issues in the issue tracker and reset priorities on open issues as a
> collaborative effort between the community and Twitter. (You will
> never have a better opportunity to do this in one shot)
> * Work *with the developers* to define the role of Developer Advocate.
> (I don't think there will be a better opportunity than Chirp for this
> one as well)
>
> Longer term:
> * Fill the newly defined Developer Advocate role. Provide a mechanism
> for the community to formally review the Developer Advocate's
> performance over time. (this is not about Taylor, he sounds like an
> awesome member of the team)
> * Scrap the V2 roadmap and replace it whatever kind of roadmap can
> have realistic estimates, and update the roadmap and its estimates as
> they change. If you need help figuring out how to build a better
> roadmap, I'm sure there are lots of folks with ideas they'd love to
> contribute.
> * Have upper management issue reflections on their respective areas of
> the company. Talk about what the company is doing well  and what it's
> still struggling with. Don't b.s. these. It would be great, for
> example, to hear from you about whether or not new roles need to be
> filled and why.
>
> On Apr 12, 4:31 pm, Abraham Williams <4bra...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > I'm looking forward to Chirp and the dialogs that will happen. The Coop
> > session on the second day looks to be the best time to have a heart to
> heart
> > between third-party developers and the platform team. I think it would be
> > good to have the third-party developers meet before then have
> > a discussion about what we want and what our priorities are. I'm not sure
> > when the best time would be. During the afternoon break or at 9pm on the
> > first day seem like good times. I also think it would be respectful of
> > Twitter employees to not attend this gathering so developers can be frank
> > and honest. There will be many other opportunities.
> >
> > Abraham
> >
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