[Planning - Email #2] The Triple T Plan

Ali/amjjawad amjjawad at gnome.org
Tue Aug 4 03:38:28 UTC 2015

Hi all,

This is the 2nd email that is a part of the planning phase/stage for Ubuntu
GNOME Wily Werewolf (15.10) Cycle.

The 1st email was:

T, stands for Task.

What does that all mean?!

I am simply suggesting that each and every Sub-Team of Ubuntu GNOME [1] is
requested to provide a plan for 15.10 cycle which has only 3 tasks, no more
and no less.

The answer is simple: KISS [2].
Also, we have no time to dream big for this cycle. We just started the
planning phase after Alpha 2 period which means, we're late and have very
limited time.

3 tasks are very reasonable and will be easier to implement and easier to
evaluate if one or more sub-team will fail to achieve the goal.

Please keep in mind that there is a difference between:

   - Internal Feedback
   - Users' Feedback
   - Plans

In here:


I have explained the differences between the internal feedback and the
users' feedback.

These 2 types of feedback will help us to set the proper plans for our
sub-teams. With the help of these feedback, we shall have a clear and
better vision.

The reports that, as per Tim's suggestion [3], are supposed to be sent by
the drivers/team leaders of Ubuntu GNOME sub-teams are considered to be
Internal Feedback, *not a plan*.

So, if all agree to this suggestion/idea of the Triple T Plan, let's move
forward based on that :)


The plan for Ubuntu GNOME Wiki & Documentation Sub-Team is:

   - T1: Make sure the main pages are updated and maintained.
   - T2: Finish, if possible, the convert from One Stop Page/Indexing
   concept to CHP concept [4]
   - T3: Find a driver and contributors to this sub-team.

Thank you!

[1] - https://wiki.ubuntu.com/UbuntuGNOME/SubTeams
[2] - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/KISS_principle
[3] - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/ubuntu-gnome/2015-August/003370.html
[4] - I will try to send an email about it. CHP stands for Central Home
Page. It is a new idea I have come up with which, IMHO, must stronger and
better than One Stop Shop concept for Wiki Pages. Hope I can explain that

Remember: "All of us are smarter than any one of us."

Best Regards,
Ali/amjjawad <https://wiki.ubuntu.com/amjjawad>

*http://kibo.computer <http://kibo.computer>* - http://torios.net - Ubuntu
GNOME <http://ubuntugnome.org/>
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