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[GOVERNANCE][PROJECT][BUGZILLA][NEWSGROUP] - enabling parallel worlds for Open Source Users with imm [message #8789] Sat, 01 January 2005 09:42 Go to next message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: eclipse-news.forritan.net

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time needed:
- This Message: ~10min
- Evaluation Summary: + ~15min
- Evaluation Summary Thread: + ~20min

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ABSTRACT:

1) Release permanent Budget for: Project for enabling parallel worlds
for Open Source Users with immense and annoying dedication
2) Add these users to the eclipse parallel worlds.
3) [OPTIONAL] Release one-time Budget for: Independent Efficiency
Management (Limited Time)

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You may have an annoyingly dedicated appearance in the eclipse community
within the last months. Who has evaluated the eclipse foundation based
on public available resources within eclipse.org (website, newsgroups,
Issue Tracking System (bugzilla), mailing lists [slightly] ). But
despite of all this work of this user with immense dedication, it seems
that the work could all go to waste because of that it seems like the
developers within the eclipse community just don't listen!

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I would like to suggest the Eclipse Foundations Board three important
steps to make sure that all this valuable information dosen't go to waste.

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1) Release permanent Budget for: Project for enabling parallel worlds
for Open Source Users with immense and annoying dedication


We should recognize that these extremely dedicated users must be treated
with special attention and care so we don't loose their valuable services.

And therefore it is quite annoying to see that threads of these users in
espesially newsgroups and Issue Tracking System (bugzilla) get
interupted by 'ordinary' eclipse users/developers which just don't seem
to understand the value of these users with such immense dedication.

So to make sure, that these frictions will cease and that we get a
valuable repositry of undisturbed wisdom, I suggest:
- Make parallel news-servers.
- Make parallel Issue Tracking System (bugzilla).
- Make parallel mailing lists.

These news-servers, Issue Tracking System (bugzilla) and mailing lists
should also recieve the posts from the 'ordinary' news-servers, Issue
Tracking System (bugzilla) and mailing lists for transparancy reasons,
so that when a user shows signs of be extremly dedicated, he or she can
be 'migrated' to a parallel world with full transparancy for the user,
but at the same time making sure that this user will not need to waste
time replying to those 'ordinary' users/developers which seem to only
want to obfuscate the threads of wisdom.


2) Add these users to the eclipse parallel worlds.

The Foundation should monthly make a evaluation of prospects.

The process for the selection should be obvious within the community.

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3) [OPTIONAL] Release one-time Budget for: Independent Efficiency
Management (Limited Time)

[Efficiency Management = Implementing the parallel worlds system]

Of course, many different companies or independents could be contracted
for this.

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I've invested already around one half hour for a first level parallel
worlds system analysis. Not with the main goal of learning, but with the
main goal of detecting barriers.

I would like to offer you my services for a time frame of 300 months
starting in january 2006 (as my services are probably occupied for the
year 2005) (goal: eclipseCon in Feb. 2031)


With regards
and
may you all have
a happy
and blessed
new year :-)

Eyðun Nielsen
Re: [GOVERNANCE][PROJECT][BUGZILLA][NEWSGROUP] - enabling parallel worlds for Open Source Users wi [message #8802 is a reply to message #8789] Sat, 01 January 2005 10:58 Go to previous message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: ilias.lazaridis.com

Eyðun Nielsen wrote:
[...]
> With regards
> and
> may you all have
> a happy
> and blessed
> new year :-)
>
> Eyðun Nielsen

Very nice reaction, written at the right moment Mr. Nielsen.

I had a good laugh!

Thank you!

Wish you and all readers (and of course Mr. Obfuscator) an happy new year.

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Some links related to the article:

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reasons:

[EVALUATION] - E07 - Sun Microsystems Talent Detection Mechanisms
http://www.netbeans.org/servlets/ReadMsg?msgId=861153&li stName=nbusers

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preliminary results:

http://lazaridis.com/case/index.html

http://lazaridis.com/efficiency/index.html

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wrong way:

[NETBEANS] [EVALUATION] - E12 - The NetBeans Open Source Lie
http://groups-beta.google.com/group/comp.lang.java.softwaret ools/browse_frm/thread/452ff4de33491a34/633f0a55e520ef24

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