RFC Process Change Suggestion

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Re: RFC Process Change Suggestion

Post by callumacrae » Wed Dec 28, 2011 11:49 pm

nextgen wrote:
callumacrae wrote:I started writing https://github.com/callumacrae/phpbb-ideas and then went on holiday
Not bad at your job, I like what I saw. :)
I haven't really done anything yet, I only spent an hour or so on it xD
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Re: RFC Process Change Suggestion

Post by nextgen » Wed Dec 28, 2011 11:52 pm

callumacrae wrote:
nextgen wrote:
callumacrae wrote:I started writing https://github.com/callumacrae/phpbb-ideas and then went on holiday
Not bad at your job, I like what I saw. :)
I haven't really done anything yet, I only spent an hour or so on it xD
But I like the idea. :P

The voting system of ideas and we could use. :)
A good option is ideatorrent...
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Re: RFC Process Change Suggestion

Post by MichaelC » Thu Dec 29, 2011 1:02 am

DavidIQ wrote:We could hack it up so there is the possibility to provide other solutions by other people. :idea:
And anyone can submit a solution anyway? For e.g. https://sourceforge.net/apps/ideatorren ... nt/idea/1/
Its just that the idea suggester must submit a solution.
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Re: RFC Process Change Suggestion

Post by callumacrae » Fri Dec 30, 2011 4:45 pm

Can IdeaTorrent be integrated with phpBB? As in, do users have to register again?

Is there any point in me continuing my WP Ideas Centre clone? :(
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Re: RFC Process Change Suggestion

Post by DavidIQ » Fri Dec 30, 2011 4:55 pm

callumacrae wrote:Can IdeaTorrent be integrated with phpBB? As in, do users have to register again?
An auth plugin can be cooked up. That's not a problem if we're planning on hosting it.
callumacrae wrote:Is there any point in me continuing my WP Ideas Centre clone? :(
If you think it can turn out better and you have some demo of it then go for it I guess. ;)
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Re: RFC Process Change Suggestion

Post by callumacrae » Fri Dec 30, 2011 4:58 pm

DavidIQ wrote:If you think it can turn out better and you have some demo of it then go for it I guess. ;)
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Re: RFC Process Change Suggestion

Post by MichaelC » Sat Jan 21, 2012 12:54 pm

After looking at the github blog, there was a post about a website doing 52 projects in 52 weeks.

The aim was to kickstart projects by developing them a lot in a week and to get more people interested in opensource etc.

One of their projects that they are working on this week is called ideastrike (Github Repo here). You can view the planned features and overview of ideastrike here.

It has (very) good integration with github, a wide developer base and all their other projects seem to be getting a lot of interest and it looks like ideastrike is going the same way.
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Re: RFC Process Change Suggestion

Post by imkingdavid » Sat Jan 21, 2012 2:17 pm

Unknown Bliss wrote:After looking at the github blog, there was a post about a website doing 52 projects in 52 weeks.

The aim was to kickstart projects by developing them a lot in a week and to get more people interested in opensource etc.

One of their projects that they are working on this week is called ideastrike (Github Repo here). You can view the planned features and overview of ideastrike here.

It has (very) good integration with github, a wide developer base and all their other projects seem to be getting a lot of interest and it looks like ideastrike is going the same way.
Wow, based on initial impressions, I like it.

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EDIT: Although, it is being build on .NET framework.
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Re: RFC Process Change Suggestion

Post by wGEric » Sat Jan 21, 2012 8:44 pm

I would like to suggest that you allow people to post RFCs in the 3.1 forum. Then whatever RFC isn't implemented by the time 3.1 is released then it should be moved to the 3.2 forum. Or even have only one RFC forum so that all RFCs are being discussed as if they are going to be implemented in the next major release.

People are posting in 3.2 but their real target is 3.1 which is confusing.
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Re: RFC Process Change Suggestion

Post by Arty » Sat Jan 21, 2012 8:51 pm

wGEric wrote:I would like to suggest that you allow people to post RFCs in the 3.1 forum. Then whatever RFC isn't implemented by the time 3.1 is released then it should be moved to the 3.2 forum. Or even have only one RFC forum so that all RFCs are being discussed as if they are going to be implemented in the next major release.

People are posting in 3.2 but their real target is 3.1 which is confusing.
I agree, that would be nice.
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