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[cross-project-issues-dev] While it is on your mind ...
- From: David M Williams <david_williams@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 18 Jun 2009 15:23:29 -0400
- Delivered-to: email@example.com
On behalf of the planning council, I've created a page to collect any
feedback you might have about the Simultaneous Release process and would
like to invite you to leave a few comments.
It is mostly for Project Leads, and while anyone can contribute, it would
be clearer to "roll up" your comments for your Project.
We mostly just wanted to be sure to capture any thoughts on the release
process before you all go off for vacation or get preoccupied with the
next release. I'll paste below the same instructions that are on the wiki
page itself, in case that helps clarify what would be helpful.
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Please see Planning_Council/Galileo_postmortem for similar page
produced by Planning Council (PC) itself. This page is for Project Leads
not on PC who think maybe something wasn't captured on that PC page.
These notes were collected at the end of the Galileo Release,
approximately 6/17/2009, specifically just to collect them. And not to
solve any problems, or even suggest solutions, but just to capture issues
(good and bad) while the release was still fresh on our minds. Action
plans and solutions will be discussed in the Fall.
Please keep comments concrete and actionable, to the extent possible, for
example "communication was not very good" is a bit vague; would be better
to be specific, such as "we were not told about the Foundation meta-data
requirements until the last week, even though others were told during M7"
or "I don't understand the importance of New and Noteworthy requirement"
instead of "I don't like any requirements".
Also, please consider documenting why you wanted to participate at all in
Simultaneous Release? Would you do it again? Would you recommend it to a
friend? :) What, specifically, could the PC do to make your life easier
Thanks for your help!
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