[Roadmap] Reminder: Deadline for Roadmap comments tomorrow
matth at netsight.co.uk
Thu Mar 22 22:08:54 UTC 2012
Not so much feedback as such… but… Maurizio asked me to submit some kind of 'State of Plone' talk for PLOG in Sorrento in May. I was actually thinking that instead of me doing that as such, how about 'launching' the roadmap (or at least run through it, if already launched)? Ie. do a talk at PLOG (and maybe at PSE as well if it can be shoehorned in somewhere) in which the main headline points of the roadmap are put forward.
It would need some co-ordination with Mark on the marketing front… I wouldn't want to jump the gun on whatever marketing effort is planned for it.
What do you think?
On 22 Mar 2012, at 21:55, Jon Stahl wrote:
> Hi All-
> Just a reminder that we I agree (more accurately: I proposed and
> nobody objected) that we would complete our input on the draft Plone
> Roadmap document by tomorrow (Friday, March 23rd). Mark Corum is
> working on an intro, and then we are going to release this to the
> wider community for feedback/discussion.
> That URL again:
> Even if you think this is awesome and needs nothing, it would be nice
> to hear from you at this point if we haven't already.
> On Wed, Mar 7, 2012 at 2:50 PM, Jon Stahl <jonstahl at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Calvin, David, Geir, Martin, Mark, Matt-
>> (Holy Plone braintrust, batman!)
>> We made a collective promise to the community at PloneConf to draft
>> and publish a real roadmap for Plone. We've made some progress, but
>> we're stalled out close to the goal line. This is one of those tasks
>> that I think is really important for the health of the community--they
>> are counting on us to articulate where Plone is and where it's going
>> over the next few months, so that they can focus their efforts and
>> communicate clearly to potential Plone users + customers.
>> Martin has done an all-too-typical bang-up job at putting together
>> what I think is a really solid draft.
>> It's time for us to review/comment/edit... even if you think Martin
>> has totally 100% nailed it, we need to know that.
>> I'd like to propose that we all commit to reviewing and commenting by
>> Friday, March 23, so that we can circulate a "discussion draft" to the
>> broader community no later than April 1, with some time for us to have
>> a conference call in sometime in there if we find we have any
>> difficult issues to resolve.
>> Does that feel like a workable deadline? How are you feeling about
>> the overall effort? Are there other process steps you think we need?
>> I'm happy to do anything I can to move this forward.
>> Jon Stahl
>> MPA Candidate, Evans School of Public Affairs
>> University of Washington
> Plone-Roadmap mailing list
> Plone-Roadmap at lists.plone.org
> Matt Hamilton
> Technical Director
> matth at netsight.co.uk
> +44 (0) 117 909 0901
> 40 Berkeley Square, Clifton
> Bristol BS8 1HU
-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
More information about the Plone-Roadmap