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Mon 15 Jan 2018 1:55AM

[MIP-001] mmt improvement proposals

DU [deactivated account] Public Seen by 311

Lets clearly define how to define new mmt improvements.

This proposal takes influence from the Bitcoin process: https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Bitcoin_Improvement_Proposals

I suggest the following:

  • feature / project / process is first suggested as a new Loomio thread.
  • a discussion happens
  • a vote may not be needed
  • once the proposal has been clearly defined after discussion it can then be translated to the relevant section (if it is code related then it can be spec'd as a github project, or if it is to do with meta level organisational governance or process, then we can perhaps develop a 'handbook' where we solidify our processes.)

I suggest we use Loomio as the main place as this seems to be the most intuitive place which is most accessible to coders and non-coders (rather than say requiring that people learn github before being able to participate).

Thoughts?

L

Lyn Tue 16 Jan 2018 7:14PM

Software improvments? Do we currently have a soloid piece of software to improve upon. Kieran suggested that the piece of software he was working on was no longer needed. But I do second your proposal, it seems solid to me.

DU

[deactivated account] Tue 16 Jan 2018 10:46PM

@lyn4 : "Software improvments? Do we currently have a soloid piece of software to improve upon. Kieran suggested that the piece of software he was working on was no longer needed. But I do second your proposal, it seems solid to me."

We do have some awesome stuff which has been built over the course of the last 3-4 months! I seem to have really significantly miscommunicated which has led to big time crossed wires.

So - in short - yes there is software to test (though it needs bit of work to make it useable... but this is the point of setting deadlines, helps to surface stuff which needs to happen quickly!)

Normally there is a 'client' with demands which provide the constraints which we need to work to.. in our case we are our own 'client' so we need to juggle hats in ensuring we don't end up 'messing around' and 'wasting time'. :)