Improving Communication

Tom Albers tomalbers at
Tue Sep 9 21:14:10 CEST 2008

At Tuesday 09 September 2008 17:26, you wrote:
> On Tuesday 09 September 2008, Allen Winter wrote:
> > How to do on-time reminders?  I think a computer should do this for us.
> this may sound a little odd, but: blog software supports future posting.
> that would enable us to:
> * set up all the announcements ahead of time
> * cancel announcements if the schedule changes
> * give us an RSS feed for free
> * the ability to send the announcements to kde-core-devel and kde-devel 
> (wordpress has plugins for this, for instance)
> and as a freebie bonus:
> * allow the release team to also keep a group blog for important 
> communications that isn't limited to timed reminders.
> it's certainly one way to skin this cat.
> something else that would be grand is a published iCal file that people can add 
> to their korganizer...

Yeah. for me personally an iCal file would work and fit into my workflow. Although I like the blog idea. It gives us the oppertunity to 'speak' as a group. 

But  I don't like maintaining a schedule on more than one place, that's asking for trouble in my opinion. So we need to figure out what the best source to store a schedule in. From an iCal file you can also go to html I think, so that might be the best format to store it in. 

Not sure how we can hook that into Aarons blog idea though. 



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