Developer Poll: Evolving KDE Music Player
bcooksley at kde.org
Mon Sep 28 08:42:47 BST 2015
On Sun, Sep 27, 2015 at 11:53 PM, Filippo Cucchetto
<filippocucchetto at gmail.com> wrote:
> A normal user can't create a new project on phabricator.
> I tried but i don't have the permissions (even if i've a KDE identity)
This is intentional and is to prevent people abusing projects for
personal use. Please file a sysadmin ticket and we'll sort you out
with a project.
For the full rollout of Phabricator we will have community members who
can create projects.
Note that we are trying to avoid making changes to Phabricator while
we figure out how to migrate everything over to Phabricator - so
changes such as new projects take time away from this...
> 2015-09-23 17:21 GMT+02:00 Andrew Lake <jamboarder at gmail.com>:
>> Ok, so the results are in.
>> 6 of the 9 devs (67%) who responded were most motivated to just start from
>> scratch. So I think we have our answer.
>> I recommend we go forward with setting up a project repo and start hacking
>> on measurable goals. Also, I propose the tentative name for the project to
>> be "Chimes" (feel free to suggest something else).
>> Anyone want to volunteer to get things set up for the project on
>> On Fri, Sep 4, 2015 at 3:37 PM Andrew Lake <jamboarder at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> After some good discussions and offers to help, I want to make sure that
>>> those wonderful offers don't go to waste. So I've created a poll to help us
>>> move forward.
>>> I think what matters is what the interested developers are most motivated
>>> to do. Those who do the work gets to decide. So, if you are a developer and
>>> have offered to help or are directly interested in helping with this effort,
>>> I encourage you to go to this poll and express your honest preference based
>>> on what motivates you the most.
>>> If you have no intention, or ability to contribute development time to
>>> this effort, this a polite request to skip voting, since the results should
>>> really reflect the motivation of the folks genuinely prepared to do the
>>> work. My contribution to this effort is primarily as a designer, so I'll
>>> refrain from voting. :-)
>>> Hope this helps,
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