since it is right now possible to take a breath between the waves of
planning I like to share a thought.
In the last mails we read a couple of good ideas especially around the
distro which are worth to think about and act upon. We also seem to
widely agree that a bit more "innovation" would be cool.
- Gaming on openSUSE
- Clouding with openSUSE
- Free Communication, as in "No, thanks, I don't use M$ Skype, but
connect my using XYZ on openSUSE".
- Documentation ideas
All of these ideas would now require more investigation and _work_ to
get it into Factory etc. pp. We need experts for each of the topics,
which we seem to have, and people who want to learn, help and finally
I often think that the missing link seems to be that somebody says:
"Hey, I wonna work on 'Gaming on openSUSE', this is the rough idea, how
about you help me and we have fun on this?" and people who do not feel
able to start such a "big" topic themselves but are interested can say:
"Well, yes, sure, if there would be a task for me..." That is what
worked in the past.
So I wonder if there is anything how we could help this process to work
better in our community. These let's call them 'interest-groups' exist,
sometimes as one-man shows, but are they visible enough? Can, for
example, somebody who would like to spent a little bit of time helping
somewhere, find the spots where help is needed? Has ever somebody called
for help in openSUSE? How would one do that?
I wonder if this can somehow be improved.
What do you think?
...und freier Mut gebiert die Tat! Erich Mühsam.
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