Subject: Re: [Ows_solutions] [NYCGA Internet] Re: pm solution
From: Chris Hoffman
Date: Tue, 18 Oct 2011 10:27:53 -0400
To: Ted Schulman
CC: internet_working_group@googlegroups.com, OWS Solutions <ows_solutions@freenetworkfoundation.org>

so it would be a custom deployment on internal servers?

On Tue, Oct 18, 2011 at 8:18 AM, Ted Schulman <ted@tedschulman.com> wrote:
Hi all,

We have considering Better Means as a likely project management tool: http://bettermeans.org/front/learn-more/

Thanks,
Ted

On Tue, Oct 18, 2011 at 1:49 AM, Jake <jakedeg@gmail.com> wrote:
Very excited about Sam's solution. Would love to look into migrating
to it ASAP.

On Oct 17, 4:24 pm, Tom Gillis <thomaswgil...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Sam - let us know when the tool is up and DNS has propagated - I'd
> love to start using it.
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> On Mon, Oct 17, 2011 at 4:23 PM, Tom Gillis <thomaswgil...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > I agree too.  having a pm tool that keeps data hosted on our own
> > servers, and is not a commercial product is a good thing.
> > Also, we really need a separate channel for teams to coordinate the
> > building of software, which is separate from discussion of our
> > intentions as a group.
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> > On Mon, Oct 17, 2011 at 4:20 PM, Dr.Ron Suarez <ron.sua...@loudfeed.com> wrote:
> >> I think that the best approach is this. If you believe a particular tool
> >> helps you do work, you should use it and show others how you're using it.
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> >> I think everyone has heard the general consensus about Open Source,
> >> transparency, etc. and we're  all doing our best to support those
> >> principles.
>
> >> @drron
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> >> Otherwise, we will all be consumed with endless discussions that slow all of
> >> us down.
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> >> On Mon, Oct 17, 2011 at 3:29 PM, Sam Boyer <a...@samboyer.org> wrote:
>
> >>> i've seen buzz around a few different approaches to an online project
> >>> management tool, and i know that basecamp is being used to run the GA
> >>> site process for now, at least. i'm sittin here with my friend Ben and
> >>> really stymied by the lack of a solution we can reuse for various
> >>> different projects (such as the drupal/civi, and a drupal aggregation &
> >>> curation thing we're working on that i'll be emailing with more details
> >>> today). seems to us like the criteria to satisfy are as follows:
>
> >>> 1. can support multiple projects at once
> >>> 2. integrates easily with github
> >>> 3. does all the basic stuff you'd expect a project tracker to do
> >>> 4. is hosted by a group that's a part of this movement and trustworthy
> >>> 5. has a good access control model that won't make it too onerous to
> >>> manage who can be on there - seems like it should be at least somewhat
> >>> private?
>
> >>> so to that end, we're working right now with mayfirst to throw up
> >>> projects.occupytechnology.com with a redmine instance. literally right
> >>> now, it should be up and available shortly. we can always throw this all
> >>> out if it's not what folks need, but i'm trying to fill gaps as i see
> >>> them here, and this seems like one we have.
>
> >>> assuming we're all fine with that, it seems like the big discussion to
> >>> be had is just one about how public it is, what the process would be for
> >>> getting accounts, and norms/expectations around use in the shared space.
> >>> e.g., if we want to call a project into question, that's probably not a
> >>> discussion that should happen *inside* the project tracker, but within a
> >>> list. trackers are for getting shit done.
>
> >>> cheers
> >>> s
>
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