[maemo-community] Sprint meeting & process

From: Niels Breet niels at maemo.org
Date: Thu Jun 18 00:09:05 EEST 2009
> On Wed, Jun 17, 2009 at 16:10, Jeremiah
> Foster<jeremiah at jeremiahfoster.com> wrote:
>> On Jun 17, 2009, at 16:44, Andrew Flegg wrote:

> However, the point of this discussion is to try and find 1) how to get
> people to report their status, 2) whether the wiki is the right place and -
> as Dave's raised - 0) why we're reporting status in the first place.
So, what I get from this is:

1. The council doesn't see enough progress on tasks
2. You want better visibility of work being done

The question is, are you not satisfied about the work being done? Or not
satisfied about the visibility?

For myself, I always keep track of my hours with this amount of details:

2009-05-07;2;maemo meeting, updating logs
2009-05-07;1;repository download difficulties
2009-05-07;0.5;opengl-es testing
2009-05-07;2;work on api refs sync
2009-05-07;0.5;repository work
2009-05-07;0.5;screenshot issue
2009-05-07;1;Brainstorm testing/deploying

Would that be more helpful for you? There are sometimes things I do in my
day to day work that are the boring maintenance work or might be a bit
sensitive. What to do in those cases?

What should I report when I added 3 feeds to the planet, accepted some
garage projects or helped somebody setting up his git repository? Is that
really interesting info?

I guess this leads to how much detail do you want ;)

> Cheers,
> Andrew
> --
> Andrew Flegg -- mailto:andrew at bleb.org  |  http://www.bleb.org/
> Maemo Community Council chair

Niels Breet
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