i'm in for the ID of making small groups etc,
as long as we keep the overal unity in mind, so that we do not wander off doing
our stuf with our teams
and losing connection with the home-base.
i'm fond of the pomegranatephone.com or whatever it's called
we Should do something like that
it would make things super attractive !
And please do check out that post of Beesh
as it has some good Id's in it !
as far as Storage of ideas, i'm not so sure where we store them,
i've been too busy with translating . but i'll sure check the launchpad
my thought is that we do not only need a central hub for idea storage
bus also a central hub-everything , i've been trying to find other fellow
citizens and i found them in 5 diff. places
not knowing of eachothers existance
they all watched the movies and went to TZM.com and from there some veared of
to ZMsocial.net some to forum some and I myself to textchat/voicechat.
********looking for the link below , i found another thread , and it's also
bout translators, its bout 3weeks old and there's just NO way in catching up ,
meaning that the amount of reading one should do to catch up is almost a weeks
worth , this is another thing that needs to get developped : you start a thread
to find out a solution to a thing - where an how do we put this when we reached
a conclusion etc.*********
i'm also wondering wether i should post the link to the first linguistics
so that we can fix those Pootle-problems you mentioned Kebap?
here it is
Keep it going !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Op 31 dec 2009, om 16:55 heeft vince spicer het volgende geschreven:
> I do like the idea mentioned of small to mid-size teams which can split up
> and work on needed projects, as long as the teams work efficiently and the
> team doesn't slow down the development process.
> Has anyone looked at some of the programming methodologies like XP
> (http://www.extremeprogramming.org/), it seems to have some good ideas and I
> hear it helps to produce well written code in a short time span, although I
> haven't used myself.
> "Extreme Programming emphasizes teamwork. Managers, customers, and
> developers are all equal partners in a collaborative team. Extreme
> Programming implements a simple, yet effective environment enabling teams to
> become highly productive. The team self-organizes around the problem to solve
> it as efficiently as possible. "
> Also it might be worth looking at tools like Mozillas Bespin could be
> investigated for our uses as well, which recently added support for
> collaborative programming. Or in the mean time we can teach teams help to use
> multi-user screen and vim to collaborate by sharing a terminal.
> My few cents,
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