Moving on

atark at thepipeline.net atark at thepipeline.net
Tue Jun 12 20:09:01 PDT 2001


I did say planning was good.  Just don't want to get hung up on it too 
much.   I've seen to many projects drag out the "planning" stage for months 
and never get off the ground.  Maybe I just jumped the gun a little to 
quickly :-)

--Andy
atark at thepipeline.net

On Wednesday 13 June 2001 12:22 am, you wrote:
> Yo,
>
> On Wed, Jun 13, 2001 at 12:31:59PM +0800, Tio Hiap Ho wrote:
> > I agree with Jesse... some planning need to be done before we start... at
> > least we have some kind of direction... and goal... but the plan don't
> > have to be detailed as we'll never finish arguing about the tiny tiny
> > detail...
>
> That was problably the first mistake i did.
>
> I *assumed* that most of you guys were not interested with whatever i
> first when't with, mostly because this list has been so dead. (and #ALFS
> has been so quiet *sniff*)
>
> Well, you guys sure proved me wrong, with a nice ~45 email thread in a
> matter of hours going on about the best way to start development again.
>
> So yes, i think we need to at *least* outline everything and how it is
> expected to work, this isn't a single developer project where everything
> is left up to him todo, there are a number of different people
> interested in helping out, so steps need to be taken to make sure that
> it is done properlly.
>
> Now.. neither do i want to go overkill on this either, so the famous
> battle of finding the balance is in order =)
>
> I'm glad to see, even so early on, you guys have kicked me in the ass
> for not paying attention to the most important thing; the community will
> always speak up when if feels ignored (which i think i did ;) (you would
> think i would have learned this by now!)
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