2011/8/23 Alexandre Prokoudine <alexandre.prokoudine@gmai...>:
> a) the tasktaste chart, so that everyone could see what needs doing to
> get every new release done. Martin, is there a way to embed charts to
> web pages? Some sort of youtobe/flickr/soundcloud-like code?
The reason we use tasktaste right now is because we can't make a
release right a way, which in turn is a side effect of our problematic
development methodology. What we want is a prioritized list of
features and what branch they are being developed on. That way, anyone
can see what the next highest prio feature is that no one started
working on yet. Then when features are completed, we merge them to the
master branch, and make releases every year or so. My point is that I
don't think you should add a tasktaste chart there because we
shouldn't need it in the first place.
> b) exceprt from feature roadmap with a link to the full version, so
> that everyone could easily see what major things we have in plans.
We don't want to maintain two roadmaps, so I suggest you just link to
the one we have.
> P.S. Martin, I wasn't sure if you are on gimp-web list, hence CC.