[p2pu-dev] Development process - bring back the footer design
phi.schmidt at gmail.com
Wed May 11 17:17:01 UTC 2011
> Next, I hope to focus on fontend. I'm going to go back through the
> threads and find what was decided on so we can get them on the
> milestones. I can add to
> or make it more generic to have various UI items. Then, we can
> separate it out into doable tasks.
> An example of "what's the decision" is the UI suggestion about
> changing color in the footer. There was a footer design that I really
> liked and would love to see implemented. I can implement it, of
> course, but won't if that's not the approved design.
The current process for these decisions looks roughly like this.
* Discussion of a new feature, a change, an idea, takes place on dev
and/or community list
* Based on the discussion, someone puts forward a concrete proposal to
make a change/addition to the web-site
* There is a grace period of a few days for everyone to give input
* If there are no serious reservations, the proposal is accepted, then:
-> If the person who proposed it, has the ability to build it, they go
ahead and do that (and Zuzel reviews/merges into production)
-> If the person who proposed it, cannot build it, it goes into the
priorities queue, which Zuzel manages in consultation with me
The first footer design was great. Would love to see that returning.
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