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From karan malhi <karan.ma...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: assigned modules
Date Tue, 28 Feb 2006 20:21:51 GMT
Yes I am interested in documenting this thing. I dont know the best way 
to do it, but I was thinking if everybody could send in the following 
1. Name
2. Module and classes working on
Then I can create a simple wiki page with the above information. 
However, it would be very difficult for me to keep the page updated, so 
I guess, it would be the responsibility of each contributor to update 
that wiki page if he/she starts/stops working on a new module/class.

Here is an example of what I am talking of. We could do something 
similar, though not exactly the same format.


Geir Magnusson Jr wrote:

> We actually don't assign things because we don't want to create 
> feelings of territory.
> That said, if someone is working in an area, it's courteous to show 
> some deference in order to avoid commit clashes :)
> However, I think your question is different - we don't have a full 
> classlibrary map, and that would be nice.
> There is some info on the wiki already.  Are you interested in 
> producing  one suitable for the website?
> geir
> karan malhi wrote:
>> How would I know what modules/classes are being worked upon already. 
>> I know JIRA is one place to look into, but it may not show a complete 
>> picture until an issue is created for a module. Is there a list i.e. 
>> spreadsheet or a wiki page where we have list of modules and 
>> volunteers working on that?

Karan Singh

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