[maemo-community] Start of April_10 sprint: your action required

From: Andrew Flegg andrew at bleb.org
Date: Fri Apr 9 21:17:38 EEST 2010
Dave, you wrote:
> Andrew Flegg wrote:
> >    2) Can each member of the paid team, and anyone else to wants
> >          to commit to a task, send an list of ONE MUST, ONE SHOULD and
> >          ONE COULD? Each task should be accompanied by a few
> >          sentences/one paragraph on it, and have a URL to somewhere
> >          for more info.
> I'm wondering if my mail got through since I haven't gotten any answers
> or questions...

Sorry, it did. I've been trying to avoid railroading people by jumping in with my own opinons too quickly.

> * Use-cases - we announced this a while back, but haven't actually spent
> the time gathering use-cases from developers & building up a knowledge
> base which could be useful

What kind of thing do you have in mind? High-level user profiles for "typical" Maemo users, and their use-cases? i.e. to encourage developers to think about offline usage, proxy support etc?

> * Meego documentation boot-strap: organising a Meego wiki editor team,
> pushing forward documentation licencing discussions (GFDL vs CC by-sa,
> looks like that one's going to rear its ugly head), start defining the
> structure of the Meego developer guide with what we have available now...

Definitely the licence situation needs to sorted. Similarly, there's a lot of cruft around T&Cs, trademark and other meta-stuff on maemo.org which could do with being reviewed.

The only big task I can really think of is really sorting out the various Maemo docs, reference materials and so on across different versions. Too often I'll Google for something and end up in Maemo 3.x documentation. I know that's not very specific :)



Andrew Flegg -- mailto:andrew at bleb.org  |  http://www.bleb.org/
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