[ubuntu-uk] Gathering Ideas from the team
mat.larsen at gmail.com
Mon Oct 1 12:15:18 BST 2007
Cool idea, but I think it just adds to the beaucracy and could
actually lessen the amount of projects going on because of the
process. A lot of the good projects seem to just happen spontaneously
out of the mailing list etc, and then if anything comes out of them it
goes on the project screen etc.
Maybe this kind of thing could be used for RL meetings etc, I'm just
worried this will put people off.
On 01/10/2007, Alan Pope <alan at popey.com> wrote:
> We (as individuals) seem to have differing views on what the UK Team
> should be doing, or trying to do. We also (as a team) come up with some
> ideas now and then both on the wiki, irc and here on the mailing list.
> Some of these ideas turn into projects, some just get done immediately,
> others seem to disappear without a trace.
> I am concerned about both of these issues and have setup a process that
> I hope will help to fix it.
> Introducing the UK Team Ideas Pool!
> Standing on the shoulders of giants, we're directly copying the name
> used by Dell (and others) to gather ideas from the community. It's a
> blatant rip-off, yes, but it's a better rip-off because it's ours! :)
> If you have an idea that you think the UK Team should look at and maybe
> elevate to the status of a project then add it to the list. I've made
> the page as easy to use and clear as I can, but feel free to suggest
> What to do:-
> 1. Have an idea (this is possibly the hardest bit of the process)
> 2. Visit https://wiki.ubuntu.com/UKTeam/IdeasPool#newidea and follow the
> (which are basically - make sure the idea isn't already there, and if it
> isn't type a short descriptive WikiName in the box provided and press
> the button. You'll be taken to a nice (commented) template where you can
> fill in the basics of your idea - only two lines are really needed - it
> shouldn't take long, then save it)
> 3. Add your IdeaPage to https://wiki.ubuntu.com/UKTeam/IdeasPool - the
> new page will be a sub-page of the IdeasPool.
> 4. Tell people about your idea on the mailing list
> Then people can discuss here on the list and/or on the wiki page. If you
> created an IdeasPool page it would be helpful if you take responsibility
> for your idea page and keep it up to date with more details, but I'm
> sure others will help if that's not easy for you to do.
> I have created a sample IdeasPool page which is in fact my idea to
> create an IdeasPool page :). It's linked on the above page.
> I look forward to seeing (and contributing to) the ideas we get!
> ubuntu-uk at lists.ubuntu.com
Matthew G Larsen
> mat.larsen at gmail.com
> matthew.larsen at logicacmg.com
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