I tested the lauchpad question/answer system and it seems as good a place to
store ideas/things-to-do as any. And since we chose to use launchpad for the
mailing list, and can use it as a contact list, this would be yet another
use that would be lumped together in a same place.
I would use lauchpad's Answer system for our idea stockpiling.
On Wed, Dec 30, 2009 at 10:00 AM, vince spicer <vinces1...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Wed, Dec 30, 2009 at 7:14 AM, <leckerke...@gmx.li> wrote:
>> Okay, hello everyone. Seems like I get the honor to open this mailing
>> list. So welcome everyone! Lets get developed! :)
>> I am not sure when the next meeting is taking place. It assume Dec. 27th
>> had no meeting? Then maybe on Jan. 3rd or 10th. We should announce this
>> timely. Unfortunately, I could not yet listen to the whole of the last
>> recording, so maybe I missed some info on this.
>> In the meantime, I need some clarification on another subject:
>> Where are we storing ideas? Ideas how to improve existing websites and
>> services or create new ones.
>> I see good ideas spread all over the place: forum, wiki, etc, etc. But I
>> fear they will be ignored for the most part. We need one central hub. In it,
>> you will be able to search through all ideas concerning pootle, for example.
>> That way, we can easily get an overview of what is needed, what is
>> currently under development, and what may be done later. Also, we don't have
>> to take the same ideas from different people anymore, as they can just be
>> pointed to our list: Here, we already think of this, maybe they want to
>> I am not sure whether we need to wait for a complete Project Management
>> System to do this collecting and sorting task. I don't think so. PMS is more
>> the next step then, to collaborate and work on specific ideas. But we need a
>> central idea storage point first. Or, at least, I think it will greatly help
>> in gaining overview.
>> I thought about all that, because I have just been told some points about
>> pootle, that may be adressed by @lukas or whoever feels responsible, and I
>> dont know if you know them already, and/or work on them, so here they go
>> - why is there no "forgot password" option, that sends you the email with
>> login info again
>> - why do registered tzm users have to confirm another email, at all,
>> before they can use pootle? this is felt to be an unneccessary hinderance
>> - there is no info that user have to wait for @lukas or @gman to enable
>> them to some rights, before the user can actually go on and translate
>> The last point should maybe also be talked about in the pootle help wiki
>> page, so users don't wander off confused and never come back to check their
>> permissions again.
>> Well, that was one long opening mail. Sorry for mixing different topics.
>> Hope you have a good time.
>> then again, variety is the spice of life
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> The question of development idea storage is a good one. I know launchpad
> has an "Answers" section which I enabled on zmsocial.
> I think that this may work for now with each idea being a question.
> This has some nice functionality, like subject checking (you enter a
> subject for your question and it checks for related questions)
> Also question can then be turned into bug reports and/or assigned to a
> developer for more investigation.
> Answers have to be enabled before they work, so I enabled on the zmsoial
> project and added an example question
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