release team discussion (was "2006-11-15 SqF board notes")
milan.zimmermann at sympatico.ca
Thu Nov 23 22:44:40 UTC 2006
Hi Pavel, Craig,
Pavel's goals listed are of the kind that I agree with, and for what it's
worth, I'd like to offer my help towards those goals. Given my not so
extensive experience with Squeak (I mostly play with eToys etc) I would have
no problem for the board or team to ignore or decline; having said that I
estimate I should be able to dedicate 10 hours a week (perhaps more) for the
release effort (on top of the other about 10 hours that it takes to read the
Squeak related lists :) ).
On 2006 November 23 03:04, Pavel Krivanek wrote:
> Hi Craig,
> I would like to collaborate on Squeak 3.10 too but I need to know the
> direction we want to go too. I hope that my vision of the next Squeak
> development is clear - maximal modularization based on small kernel,
> minimal morphic system, loadable eToys, test&build server.
> I would like to know the view of the board on my work and if it is too
> much radical or we will adopt it as the next official stream.
> -- Pavel
> On 11/22/06, Craig Latta <craig at netjam.org> wrote:
> > Hi Bryce--
> > > Would it be possible to post the list of volunteers to the list with
> > > their proposals for the next release? Or better for the volunteers to
> > > post their proposals here? It would be great to know [the direction in
> > > which people would like to take Squeak]. A little public discussion
> > > and visibility would be great.
> > Squeak-dev has always been an open forum for that (far beyond a
> > little :). Volunteers should feel free, as always, to discuss what
> > they'd like to do for Squeak.
> > > Keep up the good work.
> > Thanks!
> > -C
> > --
> > Craig Latta
> > http://netjam.org/resume
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