latest draft for mission (and strategy)

Thomas Pfeiffer thomas.pfeiffer at kde.org
Wed Jun 21 20:44:03 UTC 2017


On Mittwoch, 21. Juni 2017 22:41:04 CEST Albert Astals Cid wrote:
> El dilluns, 29 de maig de 2017, a les 21:17:29 CEST, Lydia Pintscher va
> 
> escriure:
> > Hey folks,
> > 
> > Last year we have talked a lot about KDE's vision, fleshed it out and
> > wrote it down: https://community.kde.org/KDE/Vision I am proud that we
> > have done that. However the work does not end there. We have the
> > answer to the question "why are we here". We still need the answer to
> > the question "how do we achieve our vision". We've had an insightful
> > survery among our community and users and a lot of discussions around
> > that. This was then all further discussed in a sessions at QtCon in
> > Berlin. After that smaller groups have sat down to take all the input
> > and refine it, but then the process got stuck for several reasons. At
> > the last board meeting the board and sebas sat down again and looked
> > at where we are wrt distilling all the input. It turns out we are less
> > far away than we thought. We took the input from the session at
> > Akademy and polished the wording slightly. We then analyzed it more
> > and figured out the issue that had been bugging us with the existing
> > draft: It was mixing mission and strategy. We split it up and this
> > seems to work much better.
> > 
> > I'd like to invite you all to take a look at the current draft and
> > provide your constructive feedback so we can use this as the basis for
> > our work for the next years.
> > 
> > https://community.kde.org/KDE/Mission
> 
> Great work :)
> 
> I could nitpick, but that's just the engineer in me wanting it to be
> 0.000000000000000001% better, don't think it's worth our time so I should
> not have said i could nitpick :D

If your nitpicks come with concrete suggestions for improvements, then they 
are more than welcome! It's a draft, after all.
If they are small, likely uncontroversial things, you can also directly edit 
the wiki page if you like, whatever you prefer.




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