Stephan Aßmus schrieb:
Thx for this opportunity Niels. I'm willing to post to haiku-os, too, but definitely less frequently than on the haikuware-blog, because i'm well aware of the audience-scale this will produce ;-) So posting on haiku-os will happen, when there are hard-facts to deliver. Hard like a successfull established wireless-connection...Niels Reedijk schrieb:Hi Colin, 2009/3/11 Colin Günther <coling@xxxxxx>:Because of this I'll be able to work on this topic for 6 month (more orless) in full-time. More on me and the progress I make is sitting on my blogon haikuware.A sidenote from the website department: in order to increase the audience for important blog posts, I hope you would want to post a progress update every now and then on our website as well. I understand that for the bounty, you will put the day-to-day progress on the haikuware website, but in order to increase your visibility, it might be mutually beneficial if you were to direct some posts to us. If you are interested, send me your www.haiku-os.org username in private, I will give you blogging permissions.
Though I would recommend avoiding to put yourself under stress by promising too much great stuff in blog posts. Underpromise - overdeliver! :-D
Yep, i'm figuring out the right balance yet ;-)
By that I don't mean to work in your quiet basement for half a year... but instead of investing time into communicating with users, invest more time into communicating with the other developers within the channels they use for team work, making decisions and figuring out best approaches/implementations together. Some users will be watching those channels and the rest of the users will get the information from them.
Good to know.
Best regards, -Stephan