[Nitro] AOP with nitro

PAUL HANCHETT paulha at aracnet.com
Tue Apr 12 12:51:32 EDT 2005


So, who's doing what?  I'll take the position of "Interested Observer 
Who Doesn't Know Much (IOWKoM)".  ;-)

Ilias Lazaridis wrote:

> Emmanuel Piperakis wrote:
>
>>> My opinion is that rather than new features/concepts/etc. we need to
>>> freeze the Nitro features, fix the documentation, and only write new
>>> code for absolutely necessary missing parts!
>>>
>>> Tasos
>>
>>
>>
>> I agree 100% with Tasos. We should make a combined effort. This effort
>> should of course start from G. 
>
>
> No exactly.
>
> This should of course start from the project-manager, who decides 
> independently if the core developer is in an activity-trap.
>
>> You should put a bit more documentation on
>> the API (the latest one) and we will start reading the code... I do not
>> see another way... We split the code or something, work in pairs...
>
>
> Splitting the code has benefits, like allowing the team to document, 
> whilst not mindering developers creativity.
>
> But I brings some other problems, like the need to merge the branches 
> etc.
>
>> I believe Tasos is really good at organizing teams and people for
>> cooperative tasks...
>
>
> .
>
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