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

Eric Steele ems174 at psu.edu
Fri May 8 00:10:59 UTC 2009


Since the new Plone 4 is looking like, essentially, a "transitional"  
release, another possibility would be to pull its framework team  
members from each of the currently-existing teams.

Eric

On May 7, 2009, at 7:58 PM, Steve McMahon wrote:

> 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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