[maemo-community] Preparing Sprint3 meeting

From: Quim Gil quimgil at gmail.com
Date: Wed Jul 16 00:21:57 EEST 2008
Let's start planning the Sprint3 meeting, scheduled on next Tuesday 22.

This is an IRC meeting open to everybody. You don't need to be one of
the maemo.org "pro" guys to propose, get involved and commit tasks for
a sprint.

I propose to leave the channel open and moderate it only if we see
it's unoperative.

Meeting 1h later would make my family life easier: 19h UTC - 12h/15h
us - 21h de/fr/nl - 22h fi... works for you?

If everybody reports properly at
https://wiki.maemo.org/100Days/Sprint2 we can save 60-90 minutes
compared to last time.

I know you are going to complete all the tasks from the current sprint
since no oranges or reds are to be seen.  :)  In any case, you don't
need to move anything to
https://wiki.maemo.org/100Days/Sprint3#Old_tasks - I will do it right
before the meeting taking whatever is not green as in '''DONE'''.

If you want to push a task from the
https://wiki.maemo.org/100Days/Sprint3#Backlog to the sprint3 make
sure it has an owner (e.g. you) and is well described in a Task: page.
The same applies to proposals listed at
https://wiki.maemo.org/100Days/Sprint3#.28Re.29New.28ed.29 willing to
get either in the Sprint3 or the backlog.

Proposals still in https://wiki.maemo.org/100Days/Sprint3#Reviewed or
without proper description in a Task: page will be ignored in the
meeting. We are seeing a pattern in tasks not well documented that get
delayed and stalled.

Remember that this will be the 3rd sprint of 5 in the
https://wiki.maemo.org/100Days . There is still plenty of work to do
and we shouldn't leave everything for the last sprint.

One more thing, we didn't record holidays of people involved in the
Sprint2 and we seem to be suffering the consequences of it. If you are
having holidays during the Sprint3 please leave the dates you are out
at https://wiki.maemo.org/100Days/Sprint3#Sprint_3_planning

Thank you!

Quim Gil /// http://flors.wordpress.com

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