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Re: [frogs] Frog's Lament

From: Chris Snyder
Subject: Re: [frogs] Frog's Lament
Date: Mon, 30 Nov 2009 11:25:46 -0500
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Graham Percival wrote:
On Thu, Nov 26, 2009 at 11:12:26PM +0100, David Kastrup wrote:
We are not talking about explaining concepts to potential contributors
in private.  We are talking about explanations happening on the
developer list.  Those can be skimmed off into documentation, without
requiring all too much advance knowledge, because they were written for
the sake of people without all too much knowledge.

I agree COMPLETELY.  Are you volunteering?

Perhaps it would be worth of another task master just to tick any such
article with the potential "more useful than existing docs" into a list,

I agree COMPLETELY.  Are you volunteering?

It seems to me that such a list would best be maintained in a bug-tracker of some sort (though IMHO not the official issue tracker due to the noise it would generate).

Since I'm obviously not up to the task of attempting to fix code indentation, I'd like to volunteer for the task-master job, starting by setting up an issues tracker. My initial thought is that it would be prudent to set up another Google Code project where this tracker could be housed. If the PTB would instead prefer a different solution, let me know.

I'll wait for official guidance before proceeding.


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