[development] Drupal Enhancement Proposals (DEPs)
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Mon Nov 14 19:46:54 UTC 2005
Adrian proposed a general "get people together and work in the same direction" idea. Peps are more like "ive got this and that working and i'd like to get it in", os it seems to me.
I am more for a place to work together on new ideas. I really liked that part of Adrians proposal. If, whether or when that causes more administrative overhead, we can sort that out. But IMNSHO going for a "tackle this issue together" system is what we should aim for, in the first place.
It is what got that form API in. It is what holds back Those Big Issues from leveraging from yadiyadia level to Real Code Level, think drupal.css, think taxonomy.module cleanup, think CCK ideals, think install API. etcetc.
I firmly beleive we reached a level where we can no longer deal with Big Changes, unless we form subgroups. Which, again, is what I got, this is all about. I hope so in any way.
If this is only about getting more structured and more official administration in place, then I think we should at least start that "subgroup thingy" project rolling, now. Administration might help, but a place to work efficient, quick, efficient and dedicated, on a certain issue helps much much more, IMNSHO.
On Mon, 14 Nov 2005 10:22:23 -0500
James Walker <walkah at walkah.net> wrote:
> On 11/12/05 8:29 PM, Richard Archer wrote:
> > At 9:41 PM +0200 12/11/05, Adrian Rossouw wrote:
> >> What we would essentially do is create a document, that has an
> >> official number, a status and an owner. This document
> >> would be modelled on JEPs (http://www.jabber.org/jeps/jep-0143.html),
> >> and would explain the basic goals of the project,
> >> reasoning behind it, requirements, security considerations and so forth.
> > The JEP structure looks pretty heavy handed. It might also be worth
> > considering some of the features of PEPs.
> > http://www.python.org/peps/pep-0001.html
> > ...R.
> Ahh. yeah PEPs are good as well, I keep pointing Adrian (and others) to
> PEAR's PEPr : http://pear.php.net/pepr/pepr-overview.php ... which is
> kind of a formalized "+1" process ... which I think would be fairly easy
> to get used to.
> Notice the overview page gives a real easy quick look at whats upcoming
> / in progress /etc.
> James Walker :: http://walkah.net/ :: xmpp:walkah at walkah.net
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