Re: Webmail competition

Tomasz Pajor t.pajor at kei.pl
Thu Dec 21 18:29:04 CET 2006


That's a very good idea.
I'm looking forward in to it.

Still waiting for svn access, i hope Thomas will add me soon.
There are some tickets I want to close, and reorganize roadmap.
I've started some, but I think we need to discuss it in a group, what we want to put to 0.1-release.

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Best regards
Tom

Dnia Thu, 21 Dec 2006 09:29:39 -0600 napisales[as]:
> I am all for a scheduled push for contributors to meet online to work on the tickets for the next release.  Perhaps we can schedule something for
> January for all of us to meet online using a IM client which supports a group chat.  (Skype, GTalk, etc)
> 
> Thomas, you could walk us through your plans and each of us could volunteer to work on specific tickets.  Perhaps after a few of these sessions we
> will be past the next release.
> 
> Brennan
> 
> On Thu, 21 Dec 2006 15:17:46 +0100, Michael Bueker m.bueker at berlin.de> wrote:
>> I couldn't have said it any better - I totally agree. I like the way how
>> roundcube is developing very much, we are making slow but steady progress.
>> 
>> If you think we need a "cleanup offensive" of the code or the ticket
>> system, just call for it, maybe lay out some rules (like, which tickets to
>> keep, delete or tag in which way) and I'll be happy to help out.
>> 
>> Or a drive to write up some more/revised documentation or vamp up the wiki
>> - I'm sure that if you announced a major task, there will be enough people
>> willing to help out.
>> 
>> Cheers,
>> ~Mik
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> brennan at offwhite.net
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