[Matroska-general] Re: Perspective

Martin Bottanek bottanek at radlight.com
Thu Jun 24 16:48:57 CEST 2004

I honestly believe you guys should get some experienced manager on board who
would "show you & lead the way"


"Steve Lhomme" <steve.lhomme at free.fr> wrote in message
news:40D81085.7030405 at free.fr...
> Hi everyone,
> After a long pause (even though work still continued) I think it's time
> to start working hard again on our Matroska baby.
> We all have been away mostly for RL issues and it seems that it's not
> going to change soon. I personally think I will have more and more spare
> time to work on my projects, but you never know how life is going to
> be... And I really think there are lots of things to be done. A lot of
> things that I need in my everyday (multimedia) life and I assume it
> would be the same for many other people. Unfortunately I can't do all
> these things on my own in a limited time (and we all like to be the
> first in our area, don't we). So we need to get (better) organised to
> have things actually done, to keep things moving.
> As we are not a company and can't/won't force anyone to work I think
> it's better to let everyone work on the things they prefer/need. I
> wouldn't like to be told what I should do/enjoy... So my idea is to put
> up a list of all the possible things that we should do and then people
> (devs or webmasters) can pick things they want to work on and start
> working on it. I think it's also good to put an estimation of the time
> each task will take and the complexity with a note between 1 and 5 for
> each, not actual times: 1 for easy/fast, 5 for complex/long. This way
> anyone can know if he/she will have enough time/knowledge to work on
> something.
> The basis of this list will be there :
> I'm currently adding possible evolutions/ideas and where they should
> apply. Then we can add the time/complexity estimation.
> Any idea / suggestion / agreement / disagreement ?
> -- 
> robUx4 on blog <http://robux4.blogspot.com/>

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