On Mon, Jan 11, 2010 at 9:45 PM, Bruce Momjian <bruce(at)momjian(dot)us> wrote:
> We could if we could all stop long enough to address them. I think
> there is the feeling that a great idea will pop up eventually, and only
> when we are looking at beta do we realize we are out of time, and the
> hard, sometime distasteful/ugly, decisions have to be made.
I think there's definitely some truth to that. It's basically a
project management issue: how do we make sure that decisions get made
on a way forward in a timely fashion? Of course, you already know my
opinion: the first thing we need is a good list of what the issues
>> > What amazes me is how many people who closely follow our development are
>> > mystified by what we do during that pre-beta period.
>> Hey, I'm still mystified. Maybe you and Tom could do twice-a-week
>> status updates on what you're working on and anything you could use
>> help with, or something.
> Yea, that would probably help. I know I am not very transparent in this
Just my opinion: I think it would be awesome.
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