Author: Cyril Brulebois Date: To: The Tails public development discussion list CC: Public mailing list about the Tails project Subject: Re: [Tails-dev] Request for change in communication culture
Hi anonym, -dev & -project,
sajolida <sajolida@???> (2020-05-13): > anonym:
> > What are your thoughts on this? I know this proposal isn't 100%
> > bullet proof, it's more of a necessary reaction to the fact that we
> > won't have a person doing all this work for us any longer.
I fully welcome this proposal!
(and I've started doing that for Foundations Team and Release Management
on a regular fashion, it seems to be working fine enough for now :))
> > Personally I think there might be a few cases when the above rule
> > doesn't apply, e.g. if you just want to add some piece of info to a
> > ticket no one is working on, just to make sure it is available to
> > whoever might work on it in the distant future. Not sure how to
> > formalize a rule around this, but remember: "please err on the side
> > of over-using @mentions rather than under-using them".
If you know better and feel confident with not following this rule of
thumb, that's probably fine! It's definitely not a requirement (MUST).
Cyril 'kibi' Brulebois (ckb@???)
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