Good start for Stewardship

Roel Wuyts roel.wuyts at
Mon Feb 24 21:42:22 UTC 2003

Yes, it looks very nice indeed! Definitely something to take into 
account. Great work, guys.

On Monday, February 24, 2003, at 09:18 PM, Brent Vukmer wrote:

> It seems to me that the Morphic Cleaning Project guys have gotten off 
> to
> a good start at with a minimal process:
> (1) They put up a page on the Swiki(
> ), on which:
> --They've listed their goals
> --They've listed the tasks they want to do
> --They've posted the names of the people in their group
> --They've posted the changesets for the tasks they've done, in order
> --They've posted tests for what they're doing
> (2) They are posting to the squeak-dev list using distinctive ( [MCP] )
> tags
> --They've asked about methods they may remove
> --They inquire about functionality on which tests break
> I believe that step (3) will probably be submitting the MCP group's
> first set of changes to "interested parties" for review, and then to 
> the
> Guides for review.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: goran.hultgren at [mailto:goran.hultgren at]
> Sent: Monday, February 24, 2003 2:44 PM
> To: The general-purpose Squeak developers list
> Subject: Re: [Squeakfoundation]Re: Taking control of parts of Squeak
> Personally I think this discussion is *the most important* issue for 
> the
> community right now and we need to find a process for this. If you or
> anyone have good ideas how we should proceed then I/we are all ears -
> this discussion just got started.
Roel Wuyts                                                   Software 
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