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Subject: Re: [office-formula] Proposal for regularly scheduled meetings
Hi Robert, On Wednesday, 2009-07-22 09:48:52 -0400, Robert Weir wrote: > But I do agree with Andreas that a call is not really necessary if we can > make more disciplined use of the list. The call itself is not as > important as the preparation and the follow-up that we do based on items > discussed on the call. But we could just as well do that on the list. Sure, we could, and we did so in the past. Hopefully one call will be enough to boot us up again ;-) If we now agree that we won't need a call I'm fine with that as well, but we have to keep things going. I'd also like to know who effectively will be on board of this subcommitte. It seems to me some of the original members (not the very early "task force" anyway) didn't show up anymore since ages. People I remember having seen in the last, let's say, 6-12 months or so: David Wheeler Robert Weir Andreas Guelzow Kohei Yoshida Eric Patterson Doug Mahugh David Faure Eike Rathke Sorry if I omitted anyone. Who can we count on for the remaining work, and be it for insightful discussion of issues in time? I'm placing a * near my name.. > I've created a new JIRA filter which lists just the remaining OpenFormula > issues: > > http://tools.oasis-open.org/issues/secure/IssueNavigator.jspa?mode=hide&requestId=10034 > > There are 113 of them. Interesting. The already existing 'ODFF' filter comes up with 117 http://tools.oasis-open.org/issues/secure/IssueNavigator.jspa?mode=hide&requestId=10008 > It would be good to walk through those, either in > a series of meetings, or off-line. I have a task to check through all my now closed (but unresolved, which in this case is good because it makes it easy to find them ;-) issues that were imported from my replies on the comment list. I guess many of the original posts I replied to are in the list of open issues and can be closed as well where the spec draft was already changed, or could be postponed to ODF-Next. Quite dull work, but involves much cross-checking. I plan to have that ready beginning next week. I guess the same could be done for some closed comment list issues assigned to David or Robert. Eike -- Automatic string conversions considered dangerous. They are the GOTO statements of spreadsheets. --Robert Weir on the OpenDocument formula subcommittee's list.