Project Timelord -- Initial consideration
claydoh at midmaine.com
Tue Oct 20 22:51:42 BST 2009
On Tuesday 20 October 2009 04:21:09 pm Jonathan Thomas wrote:
> Hello fellow Kubuntu developers,
> Kubuntu, as we know, is a fairly good KDE distribution. (Otherwise we would
> not be here reading this mailing list) However, things are not perfect. In
> fact, things could be much better.
> "But what is Project Timelord?", you may ask, "and how does it relate to
> Kubuntu's problems?" Both are good questions. Project Timelord is the
> brainchild of the Kubuntu developer legend Harald Sitter; the culmination
> of several weeks of brainstorming by a handful of Kubuntu developers,
> focused towards identifying problems Kubuntu currently faces and
> for these problems.
> And now, we wish to bring Project Timelord to the attention of the greater
> Kubuntu development community for input. You can find the internal
> developer release announcement that outlines the purpose and proposed
> solutions of Project Timelord at:
> If it is decided that we would like to adopt Project Timelord as a goal to
> work towards over the next few cycles, we can start towards prioritizing
> the solutions and work towards forming a roadmap to implementing these
> solutions. This way we can all stay in the know of what is going on even
> if we are unable to attend UDS, and those attending UDS will have a
> unified goal to work towards as they flesh out the implementation details
> for Kubuntu 10.04, Lucid Lynx.
> The purpose of this email is to generate discussion to determine whether
> the Kubuntu developer community wishes to adopt this plan or not, as well
> as to provide input on the brainstormed solutions. Until it is decided, we
> would politely ask you to not announce the existence of the project to the
> general public. We would like to hear your thoughts on the initiative
> here, though. :)
> Thanks in advance,
> Jonathan "JontheEchidna" Thomas.
Very nice and well-thought.
What sort of input would be appropriate for the ml? esp seeing as it is still
'public' and I assume will arrive in goggle/nabble/etc, and I am not a
Clay "claydoh" Weber
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