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Re: [sequoyah-dev] SCRUM Sprints Goals

Hi Doug, 

you're right. By "we" I'm talking about the part of the team working at Eldorado with the rest of Sequoyah components, such as the Localization framework. And this was the intention of the email, by saying that we are not making this process mandatory, since it serves more to our internal management as a team. If other people (committers or contributors) don't want to follow this process, there is no problem. If they want to join us, they are welcome, since we can do meetings over the phone. =)

Since our experience with SCRUM is very positive, we are trying to bring the benefits to the project. If more positive results come from this initiative, and more people want to adopt it, that's great. But feel free to use the process that best fits your needs. If we can learn from everybody's experience, even better =)


On Fri, Oct 15, 2010 at 4:08 PM, Doug Schaefer <cdtdoug@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
What do you mean by "we"?

My only experience with SCRUM and open source is that SCRUM makes it
really easy to forget about the community since they aren't following
at the same pace. Maybe that's just the team that is using it.
Hopefully it won't stop you guys from being more open.


On Fri, Oct 15, 2010 at 1:27 PM, Marcel Gorri <wmg040@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi all,
> For those interested in our development process, we are now adopting agile
> methods for software development in Sequoyah, more precisely, SCRUM.
> There are several good references available in the web, like
> http://www.scrumalliance.org/learn_about_scrum and
> http://www.scrum.org/scrumguides, but basically SCRUM is an iterative,
> incremental methodology that works with sprints. Each sprint has a goal that
> the team commits to accomplish, and each goal is compound by tasks. For each
> sprint, we intend to publish in this email thread what are the goals
> committed by Sequoyah team. In every open meeting we intend to talk about
> the results of each sprint.
> The goal for the current sprint (which we are officially calling "sprint 2")
> is related to our work on LFE improvements. It states "LFE working as usual
> but using the new data model, and ignoring comments at this moment. Add LFE
> toolbar with one simple action - add string."
> For any topics related to this subject, please feel free to comment here.
> Best,
>  Marcel
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