[maemo-community] [maemo2midgard] Preparing the next sprint meeting

From: Quim Gil quim.gil at nokia.com
Date: Thu Jun 26 15:28:14 EEST 2008
Er... on the other hand for me it's the same to move it on Monday or

I just noticed than the previous email looked like me not willing to
meet you.  ;)

ext Dave Neary wrote:
> Hi,
> I will be travelling to Mont de Marsan for the Libre Software Meeting on
> the evening of the 1st, so I'm not available at that time.
> I could be available Monday evening, or Wednesday evening.
> Cheers,
> Dave.
> Quim Gil wrote:
>> Hi,
>> According to the conclusions in the last life&call sprint meeting, the
>> next meetings will be held via IRC under the ''rules'' of the
>> http://wiki.maemo.org/100Days#Community-led_action_plan_process
>> This means that we have IRC review meeting on 2008/07/01 - timing
>> undecided but what about 21h Finnish time. Let's agree on this so we can
>> advertise the meeting.
>> IRC will be probably slower, it would be good to do all the work that
>> can be done in advance:
>> - Comment on the status of all your tasks at
>> https://garage.maemo.org/plugins/wiki/index.php?June2008Sprint&id=106&type=g
>> - providing enough detail to get an idea. If something is clear we won't
>> discuss it.
>> - Update https://wiki.maemo.org/100Days/Sprint2 as much as you can
>> moving uncomplete tasks and proposing the ones to be added to the new
>> sprint, either from the backlog, the 100 Days or genuine new ones. It is
>> good to be verbose if you think a proposal need explanation.
>> - Review also your bugzilla component in product Website making sure the
>> HIGH are up to date, the MEDIUM are exactly the ones you want to propose
>> for the next sprint and all the rest are LOW.
>> Comments about the current sprint, while we are still at it.
>> I was really hoping to see more activity and more visibly. We really
>> need to be accountable towards the community and make it easy for them
>> to follow and get involved.
>> Some habits from the past still persist, including lack of visible
>> activity or reporting so there is no way to know if (in those cases, not
>> all) the tasks are stuck or it's just a lack of progress reports. For
>> instance, with Niels and Andre/Karsten there is this clear feeling of
>> continuous communication and work in the public: a good example for all
>> of us.

Quim Gil
marketing manager, open source
Maemo Software @ Nokia

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