[openbeos-cdt] Re: OBOS forum

  • From: "Boris Kuncer" <borisko@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <openbeos-cdt@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 20 May 2002 00:42:30 +0200

This is really good news. I agree that the forum is best way of
communication for team work.

questions:
What will be with this mailing list?
Does the forum have private part of it, or is it all public?

-boris

>
>It's been a while and there is still some controversy over the 
>name but the forum is back online thanks to the efforts of 
>Andrew.  When registering for the forums please fill out all 
>the information as it would be nice to know a bit about each 
>group member and have a way to contact each other.  Use an 
>e-mail address that you will read frequently as I will most 
>likely use it to contact you individually should the need 
>arise.  If you don't have a home page don't worry.  If you do, 
>don't be shy, show us your work.
>
>Speaking of the forums and the name, there is a section 
>devoted specifically to this topic.  Give us your thoughts on 
>the names suggested on the OBOS project site as well as any 
>more you might have.  I'll be using the Voting Booth in this 
>section to aid in the filtering process.  As for how the name 
>will be chose, that's still up in the air but it will involve 
>a vote from the community at some point (not just the CDT).  
>You are more than welcome to share your thoughts on this 
>process as well.
>
>The Brainstorming section is for just that.  There are 
>sections for each major bit of work we will be doing in this 
>group.  Use this for brainstorming of ideas only.  The Gallery 
>is for submitting work you feel is ready for review.  Discuss 
>the work itself here in this section and keep on topic.  As 
>with the Brainstorming forum, there is a section in the 
>Gallery forum for each major bit of work we will be doing.
>
>Comments, suggestions on ways to improve the forum or general 
>rants have their own section in the General Announcements 
>forum.  Anything goes here but please play nice.  Let's not 
>have any international incident started here  ;)
>
>Without further adieu, the forum can be reached here: 
>http://creative.beunited.org/forums/index.php
>
>That's it for 
>now.  Please register as soon as possible even if you don't 
>plan to post anything soon.  I would like to see how big this 
>group has become and start finding ways to put your efforts to 
>good use.
>
>Stuart McCoy
>stubear@xxxxxxxxx
>http://www.meltingcrayons.com/stubear
>
>


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