[Framework-Team] Re: Plone 2009: Going from here

Steve McMahon steve at dcn.org
Thu May 7 23:58:24 UTC 2009

Let me ask what the level of enthusiasm is in the current P3 framework
team. If they'd shift to become the new Plone 2009 team and the
existing p4 team would become the "trunk" team, that might be good. We
could recruit to add to the new Plone 2009 (old P3) team if some folks
are burned out.

IMHO, three different framework teams is not organizationally
supportable. We'd drown in confusion.

On Thu, May 7, 2009 at 7:40 AM, Martin Aspeli <optilude+lists at gmail.com> wrote:
> Rob Gietema wrote:
>>     > I'd nominate the incumbent 3.x team for this; this team already has
>>     > the mindset to get this going; the future plone team (trunk team?)
>> is
>>     > focusing on vision right now, which I think may not be what's needed
>>     > for an in-between team.
>>    On second thought; this may be a significant enough release, with it's
>>    own 4.x release series, that perhaps a new team altogether is
>>    warranted?
>> It would be a shame if the development of Plone trunk will get less focus
>> from the FWT when working on Plone 4. So it might indeed not be a bad idea
>> to have 2 teams, one team for Plone 4 and one team for Plone trunk.
> I agree. I really wouldn't want to disband or repurpose the "trunk"
> framework team or release manager. We probably want to look for a new team,
> maybe with a bit more overlap with the existing/trunk teams than usual.
> Martin
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