Lyn A Headley
Thu, 19 Mar 1998 22:53:44 -0600
Gavin> our ideas about the "best" way to proceed. Maybe we should
Gavin> use some sort of parlimentary procedure, and have an
Gavin> elected chairman. We could put motions on the table as to
Gavin> the steps as they become pertinent. Then we could vote as
Gavin> to which would be the best way to continue. I don't think
This sounds doable. We can't have general votes on everything though;
some decisions should only be made by the people with intimate
knowledge of the module affected. We need to compartmentalize people
and define clear interactions between the modules. But sure, in the
early days there should be a lot of "general" votes to hash out the
overall flavor of the system.
Gavin> 2. Bootstraping. This is a particularly difficult
Gavin> question, as the FLUX OS toolkit is unavailable. I think
Gavin> that we should open the table for motions on options in
Gavin> this catagory
We should wait for flux. It should be released any time now, no?
There is plenty of designing to do before we write code anyway.