[Interop-dev] Great outcome! Let's decide on a name
Sat Apr 7 12:08:28 CEST 2012
I agree with Mitar on *contribution*. I don't understand if for
contribution he means only *coding* but for me contributing is not only
What we need for this project is:
* constructive discussion
* understanding of other communities needs
* database design
* performance optimization
* unit testing (automatic tests)
* beta testing (people testing the software)
This cannot be done only by coders. I don't feel good at doing the
design of the database for example.
I also don't think anyone here knows very well what is the ideal,
abstract database design, we'll have to figure it out together.
So yea, vote only if you are going to contribute in someway. I think
it's obvious that if someone joined this list and partcipated in the
discussion he is already contributing so I don't see any problem.
So why don't we list the things we can do for this project?
We can write it on the interop wiki.
I am Federico Capoano, i'm a web designer and developer.
I feel good at doing:
* web design
* loading speed optimization
* python/django development
* promotion and motivating people
And i'm willing use my skills to put effort in this *new* project, as
long as we keep the design abstract, simple and extensible.
For me those are key requirements.
Il 07/04/2012 10.51, Mitar ha scritto:
> Great, naming is moving along!
> I would just like to add one observation from my experience when we had
> a similar question once in our network.
> In open-source the only thing which counts is code. We do not have any
> managers, investors or other executives running around and pushing
> people in any directions. If you want to be heard: contribute, patch,
> code. Everybody stands for him or herself, not for organizations or
> communities he or she is in.
> So I would like to add that by voting you are also promising that you
> personally will contribute code to the project, that you will be working
> on it, developing it, testing it. All that. You personally, you who
> voted. If you cannot promise that, don't vote. Observe, use, open
> tickets, comment, be active in discussions, but don't participate in
> decision making. You cannot.
> And I am very strict about that. If you cannot stand by your opinion
> with code, then sorry, nice to hear you opinion, but you do not count.
> Maybe somebody will pick up your idea, your opinion, but if nobody does,
> this is it.
> So I invite everybody to participate in the project, to give ideas,
> suggestions, to help us navigating this ship of many into common
> direction, but participate in decision making only if you are committing
> yourself to work on the code. Really work. Spend your free time on it.
> I hope nobody will take this personally. But it is important to explain
> this at the beginning.
>> Hi all,
>> seems like we have some first results and everyone who wanted to vote
>> voted. The following names got more than one vote:
>> nodebang.org - Mario, Federico, G10h4ck
>> netbang.org - Musti, Mario, Federico, G10h4ck
>> nodewatcher - Mitar, Musti, Kostko
>> nodesoup - Mario, Federico, DDub, Aaron
>> "netsoup" - we did not have it in the list, but it was also suggested
>> in the email exchange. There was the argument that many people would
>> not know, what we associate with a "node". And I think someone
>> suggested to use "net" instead of "node". So do we want to have a
>> final vote on the top candidates and include netsoup?
>> We can vote here again for the final vote:
>> Final vote process: http://titanpad.com/interop
>> Do you agree with this process?
>> On Wed, Apr 4, 2012 at 4:33 PM, L. Aaron Kaplan <(spam-protected)> wrote:
>>> On Apr 4, 2012, at 1:42 PM, Mitar wrote:
>>>>> I also like Netsoup.
>>>>> NetJoint - from joint effort
>>> sounds like something you can smoke X-0
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