onno at itmaze.com.au
Wed Apr 15 09:05:44 UTC 2009
On 14/04/09 23:32, Nikolay Kazmin wrote:
> Hey all,
> I am a master CS student and during my little start-up initiative I
> encountered a problem, which I believe must also be in the open source
> world. How do you decide which feature to implement next? Normally you would
> have limited resources and a ton of feature ideas, some of them came from
> the user, some of them came from the developers, some are there for other
> reasons, but in the end you can only implement a small subset of them. Is
> there a structured way to handle this(like trac for bugs), any tool support,
> how do you do that in ubuntu?
> I came across this problem recently and I still haven't found any good
> solution, I am seriously thinking of making some web based tool to do that
> as a master thesis project. Do you think this would be a good idea or is it
> just me :) ?
> Best Regards and thanks for you time,
> Nikolay Kazmin
Well one stab at that is to use Ubuntu Brainstorm:
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