[pmwiki-users] Any hope for 2.2.0 stable release?

Henrik Bechmann henrik.bechmann at sympatico.ca
Thu Jan 15 17:12:49 CST 2009

 >> depends on the definition of webmaster

I just meant someone (or a team) who could be relied on to ride herd on 
the technical aspects of running the website (and sub-sites), to keep 
that out of Pm's hair...

DaveG wrote:
> Henrik Bechmann wrote:
>> Step 1: declare current release out of beta
>> Step 2: identify a (for real) webmaster to take responsibility for 
>> pmwiki.org
>> Step 3: create a development.pmwiki.org subsite, where we can set up 
>> a wiki to begin a formal planning process (and set up a TRAC 
>> repository for the current code base)
>> Step 4: fire up pmwiki-devel for *lively* discussions about related 
>> issues: planning, feature discussions, organization, decision making, 
>> etc.
>> Step 5: follow-up from steps 1-4 <grin>...
> I agree that these steps are foundational -- although not so much on 
> [2], but that depends on the definition of webmaster.
> Key for me is creating a structure beyond Pm (but not excluding Pm) 
> that encourages and manages development within the core. I believe 
> it's this level of community which is missing. This I think will 
> encourage more activity in the dev and user communities. As others 
> mentioned, developer documentation needs to play a role here, and with 
> the help of some of the more experienced Pm'ers.
> And contrary to other opinions, I think Trac would be a positive 
> start, communicating both what's done, but what's planned.
> The key issue is whether anyone beyond the voices heard so far has any 
> interest in *actively* participating -- therein lies the key.
>  ~ ~ Dave


Henrik Bechmann

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