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eric235u
Re: calling phppp & skalpa, please comment on this thread!
  • 2007/4/21 3:01

  • eric235u

  • Not too shy to talk

  • Posts: 149

  • Since: 2004/12/19


though i really don't understand why the current methodology has been chosen i'll refrain from posting any further objections to xoops.org.

i greatly look forward to the code you talk about.



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eric235u
Re: calling phppp & skalpa, please comment on this thread!
  • 2007/4/20 20:49

  • eric235u

  • Not too shy to talk

  • Posts: 149

  • Since: 2004/12/19


i have just clearly shown that the common developement tools are NOT being used. that is fact. it is the only reasonalbe measure of progress. it clearly shows that we are not progressing.

your arguement that development is using some other means is fine, all you have to do is provide evidence. otherwise you're merely blowing hot air and wasting our time.



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eric235u
Re: calling phppp & skalpa, please comment on this thread!
  • 2007/4/20 20:40

  • eric235u

  • Not too shy to talk

  • Posts: 149

  • Since: 2004/12/19


Discussion Forums: Open Discussion. 0 threads this year.

Discussion Forums: Help. 1 thread this year.

Discussion Forums: Developers. 0 threads in 3 years!

Discussion Forums: Core Development 8 threads this year with mine being the latest.

Please do not be offended, but I suspect you do not understand how to utilize the dev resources at sourceforge. If you think they are being used, you are mistaken. SVN / CVS activity is dead. That is a fact.



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eric235u
Re: calling phppp & skalpa, please comment on this thread!
  • 2007/4/20 20:33

  • eric235u

  • Not too shy to talk

  • Posts: 149

  • Since: 2004/12/19


no they are not being used. that is my point. if you would like me to give the stats i will.



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eric235u
Re: calling phppp & skalpa, please comment on this thread!
  • 2007/4/20 20:11

  • eric235u

  • Not too shy to talk

  • Posts: 149

  • Since: 2004/12/19


Quote:
Eric I think that you show us your power to persist.


ha. i'm a fighter. it's just how i think.

no matter what happens, i think this thread and the many perspectives expressed are worthwhile.



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eric235u
Re: calling phppp & skalpa, please comment on this thread!
  • 2007/4/20 19:45

  • eric235u

  • Not too shy to talk

  • Posts: 149

  • Since: 2004/12/19


Herko:
Quote:
Please, read the posts made here. If you don't know what is going on where, you will have to look. The sf.net forums are the place where this is being discussed. In recent days, more actively, thanks to the efforts of some developers.


i do not believe what u have just said is accurrate. can u provide a link? the last post i see there is in the thread i started. unless of course your talking about some secret discussion again...



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eric235u
calling phppp & skalpa, please comment on this thread!
  • 2007/4/20 19:12

  • eric235u

  • Not too shy to talk

  • Posts: 149

  • Since: 2004/12/19


Quote:
i disagree with "do nothing in private. nothing!" there are still certain management discussions etc that regular members don't need to see!! and please don't tell me that all other open source projects do NOT have private forums or discussions, because i know different. there are numerous reasons and not because something sinister is being discussed in secret!


there is nothing of serious enough importance that has to be discussed in private concerning XOOPS. this isn't your wife's thing showing on an elevator or n-bombs in Iran. there's no valid reason for any XOOPS related discussion to not at least be read only. i totally disagree with you. i speak openly and not worse off in life.

Quote:
The core devs are listening and are making proposals which will be released soon.


that doesn't tell us anything. who's listening? what proposals? where are they talking about this? what is the timeline? these are not difficult questions.



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eric235u
calling phppp & skalpa, please comment on this thread!
  • 2007/4/20 17:46

  • eric235u

  • Not too shy to talk

  • Posts: 149

  • Since: 2004/12/19


herko, though i disagree with you on almost every point i greatly enjoy your comments and everything you say in this post we should all take seriously. instead of getting a bit lost in many details (and not having the time at the moment to get into it, i'm at work) here are the general guiding principals i wish XOOPS focused on:

transparency. do nothing in private. nothing!

democracy. all community members have a say, though we should listen to those with the most merit, of course.

our sourceforge site should be the focus. all other sites are merely it's children. the sourceforge site is a mess (as are it's children) and need attention. devs are not utilizing it properly to invite cooperation.

there are two names at the top and they appear to need administrative assistance. so i am offering it. maybe another would be better, if so, choose him (her, them) and let's get working.



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eric235u
Re: is it time for a lead project manager?
  • 2007/4/20 16:58

  • eric235u

  • Not too shy to talk

  • Posts: 149

  • Since: 2004/12/19


Quote:

snow77 wrote:
I wasn't referring to the Core area, the core area has their structured system of working already.


or not working...

i missunderstood. i get it now.



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eric235u
Re: is it time for a lead project manager?
  • 2007/4/20 16:46

  • eric235u

  • Not too shy to talk

  • Posts: 149

  • Since: 2004/12/19


Quote:

snow77 wrote:


the dragon no longer has or should have a head


i politely disagree. the heart of XOOPS is http://sourceforge.net/projects/xoops/ and who ever has admin status there is the head.




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