rob at koepferl.de
Mon Oct 17 15:23:52 CEST 2005
Please! Open a new wiki page and render a complete picture of what tasks
each (and especially the Project) coordinator has.
We can then start a discussion about .
Rick Langschultz wrote:
> There has been a great deal of talk lately about coordinators. In my
> opinion there should be:
> kernel coordinator - controls the development of the kernel.
> device driver coordinator - makes sure device drivers are written and
> code managed.
> network coordinator - makes sure networking is complete before 0.3.0 or
> other release.
> User interface coordinator - enables the UI is stable and allows users
> to get a great ReactOS experience.
> testing coordinator - this team will test reactos on various hardware
> bits. They will keep a log of what hardware bits work and those that
> need support - for instance on Virtual PC (latest Mac OS X) enabling
> USB support makes ReactOS crash. A list of that hardware needs to be
> supported -- eventually.
> release coordinator - Once a release is scheduled this team makes sure
> releases are released on time.
> web coordinator - this team managers the web aspects of ReactOS. This
> team is pretty much complete.
> and IRC coordinator - this coordinator will keep logs of what has been
> discussed on the IRC channels. A daily list of main topics will be
> available on the wiki. This will keep developers up to speed on what is
> happening on IRC if they are away, or if someone has a quick message
> for other teams.
> These are suggested teams. Each team should have a coordinator and keep
> a log of information for each team. The coordinators should be able to
> communicate with other coordinators of other teams. Once weekly they
> should have a personal chat on IRC or email discussing the next release
> or feature addition. This is the way my company operates and it is very
> Rick Langschultz
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