[Bf-committers] Wiki reorganization proposal

Natanael Olaiz nolaiz at gmail.com
Thu Jan 15 21:30:04 CET 2009

El 01/15/2009 08:19 PM, Brecht Van Lommel escribió:
> Hi Natanael,
> On Thu, 2009-01-15 at 19:49 +0100, Natanael Olaiz wrote: 
>> El 01/12/2009 05:02 PM, Brecht Van Lommel escribió:
>>> * A point of access for people wanting to participate. A mailing list,
>>> forum or even personal e-mail address for people who want to get
>>> involved should be there and _responsive_. Of course there are the
>>> blender.org forums, #blenderwiki, and bf-docboard but the point is that 
>>> there should be at least 1 person who is actually following that and can
>>> answer questions and distribute tasks.
>>> [...]
>> Just a thought: please no more lists!! I think that creating more 
>> lists/forums would confuse and disperse the people. There are so many 
>> blender lists with almost no messages, and even no description. If there 
>> is someone who wants to take the task of following the project, why 
>> don't use the existing bf-docboard?
>> Well, I just wanted to say that. After some time suscripted to some of 
>> the lists I'm still a little confused about the proper lists for some 
>> questions...
> I completely agree, I'm not proposing to create a new list, using
> bf-docboard is fine. 
Great! Actually, that is what I understood, but I wanted to be sure :)

> My point is that there isn't really way to figure
> out how to get started and what to work on, without figuring it out for
> yourself. There's mails to bf-docboard where people volunteer to help,
> and often there is no reply or no really helpful reply, simply because
> no one really has an overview or a plan for what needs to happen.
I totally agree.

Best regards,

> Brecht.
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