discussion? where? well, not here...
cullmann at babylon2k.de
Sat Nov 23 16:23:47 UTC 2002
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On Saturday 23 November 2002 12:46, Jason Bainbridge wrote:
> Sorry Mat, I've been snowed under at work, working till the likes of 1:30am
> to push a major release out the door and am flying to a client site next
> week, plus I have a paper on Usability to write for linux.conf.au and with
> the previous problems I've had getting collaboration happening on this I've
> let it slip and had reasonable amounts of sleep instead.
Me the same with university, tons of senseless easy (but much) exercises and
> I think what needs to happen is that the below timetable gets revised:
> November 4: Call for requirements
> November 11: No more requirements submissions
> November 18: The Three send RFC on final requirements
> November 25: Final requirements proposed; call for final designs made
> December 2: No more design submissions
> December 9: The Three announce final design for www.kde.org
> As we are running a bit behind, then the interested parties agree on the
> requirements ensuring the rest of the mailing lists are still aware of the
> process so they can be represented. Then we publish the requirements, which
> will be free of most graphic design related issues so designers can put
> together prototypes that will be decided upon on this list most likely by
> the three that were previously chosen but others will be welcome to voice
> their concerns.
Perhaps delay that a bit to give root66 a chance to get his stuff ready,
root66, what do you think you need for a "final" design draft ?
> I've seen you have had quite a lot of good ideas, I was even starting to
> like your ideas for the common menu, so do you want to pull everything out
> there into one formal document? then I will help give input and criticism
> as I will be able to make time for that.
Echo that ;)
cullmann at kde.org
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