On Tue, Mar 3, 2009 at 19:09, Tres Seaver <tsea...@palladion.com> wrote:
> Different participants will report differently about the success, no
> doubt. One unexpected outcome (for some) was classifying the
> "decisions" taken at the PSPS as "advisory", "just talk", etc: having
> no force in governing the more "tactical" decisions.
I don't remember us actually doing any "tactical decisions". There was
discussions, and to a large part consensus about these, but not actual
decisions. The end result of the PSPS was a bunch of actions, entered
into the bugtracker, and people assigned to them. These were sometime
connected to tactical decisions, but not decisions per se.
I may misremember, but in any case, this to me seems (in retrospect)
as a good idea, as complaints at that time was raised that it wasn't
inclusive enough, which would have been a problem if it really was a
decision making meeting. Instead it functioned as a way to get the
contributors focused and if not on the same page then at least in the
same book, and get energy into the group. As such, I thought it was a
success. And fun. And I learnt a cool way to run meetings. :)
I do think that this, together with day-to-day release teams is a good
working solution we should try for Zope too.
Lennart Regebro: Pythonista, Barista, Notsotrista.
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