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Re: A killer app?
Pascal J. Bourguignon
Re: A killer app?
Wed, 24 Jan 2001 05:54:26 +0100 (CET)
> > <soapbox>
> > i think that even more than the apps themselves, we need to have
> > _organization_ and a very well charted plan of action, so that we don't
> > fall into the yet-another-___ category. we need to form some sort of
> > group structure, which takes into account the realistic time that
> > developers will be able to devote to a project(s), and divies out
> > responsibilities according to that and, of course, skill level. yet
> > another old concept that's perfectly applicable to our situation. i've
> > mentioned it 2 or 3 times already here in the discuss-gnustep group, but
> > nobody's said anything, so i'm assuming the GNUstep world is even smaller
> > than i originally thought.
> > </soapbox>
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