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Re: launchpad blueprints


Yes, this is +/- the idea, in this project they set milestones, and use the
blueprints to keep the focus, or track of the decissions:


""  A bug is a description of a problem, and a blueprint is a description
of a solution. ""

"" Keeping their status current is critical to the success of the release
and the project as a whole. It avoids unnecessary reporting, pings and
discussions, and keeps everyone on the same page. ""

That is a project with funds from many companies, so it's a different
story, they can have 6 months release cycles, with commitments and goals..,
anyway I find the blueprints a good idea as a WIP / solution discussion
offload from the list.

Miguel Angel Ajo Pelayo
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2013/9/13 Felix Morgner <felix.morgner@xxxxxxxxx>

> I think this would be a very good idea, since I often struggle to keep up
> with feature propositions/developments via the mailing list, so definitely
> +1 for that from me!
> Felix Morgner
> Am 13.09.2013 um 09:08 schrieb Miguel Angel <miguelangel@xxxxxx>:
> Hello,
>    I've been watching other opensource communities around launchpad
> lately, and I discovered that they make heavy use of blueprints, to keep
> track of new features and it's related work.
>    Are we using it right now?,  ( https://blueprints.launchpad.net/kicad)
>    If you find it interesting, I could propose myself to cuddle them a
> little, I could make a cleanup of what we have now, and then register about
> the current work.
>     This way we can keep better track of suggestions, ideas, and the work
> that gets done, or that it's yet to be completed.
>      If you think it's worth, please tell me.
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