[Ux] *PMT/PCP Planning and coordination meeting*
kasper at raisingthefloor.org
Thu Mar 27 12:48:03 EDT 2014
hehe, yeah - I was overwhelmed by the speed so many people filled it in,
so panicked and closed it :D .. Sorry about that.
I'm hoping you'll be able to join, as both sending status messages to
the users and general condition handling are topics that we should
discuss at the meeting. I put it on the (old) wednesday cross-WP
technical coordination meeting timeslot, which is hopefully free for
most people I managed exclude by shutting this poll down so fast!
We'll make sure to take good notes, and perhaps record it as well for
anyone unable to attend. I imagine that we wont get through the entire
agenda and have a full plan ready in two hours, so we'll probably follow
it up with another meeting as well.
PS: regarding the JIRA - I've looked and looked and am unable to find
it, so either it never existed, or am just going crazy (either of which
seem pretty likely with my current stress level :D )
On 3/27/14 11:34 AM, Andrés Iglesias Pérez wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> My plan was to fill this doodle poll after my workday (that already
> included 2 meetings!) but now I see you closed it quite fast, Kasper.
> I still don’t know if I can attend but I’m not a key person here so it
> makes no trouble at all.
> As an item for the agenda I would like to propose a mechanism to tell
> the user what’s happening on her/his device. I imagine an
> old-fashioned status bar being part of the PCP but more UX-compliant
> ideas will probable arise. I even know from Kasper that there’s
> already a JIRA for that, so…not much to add, simply I’d like to know
> how things are going on that issue (and the issue number by the way ツ)
> Kind regards,
> Andrés Iglesias Pérez
> Researcher @ R&D Department, Technosite, Fundosa Group
> C/ Albasanz, 16, 3ºB. 28037. Madrid. Spain
> (0034) 91 121 03 30
> *De:*Kasper Markus [mailto:kasper at markus.dk]
> *Enviado el:* jueves, 27 de marzo de 2014 17:24
> *Para:* Leuteritz, Jan-Paul; Chris Petsos; Alexander Milchev; Dana A;
> Jess Mitchell; Justin Obara; Clark, Colin; Michelle D'Souza; Andrés
> Iglesias Pérez; Ignacio Peinado Martínez; 'Claudia Loitsch'; Andreas
> Stiegler; Christophe Strobbe; Steven Githens
> *CC:* architecture at lists.gpii.net Architecture; ux at lists.gpii.net
> (ux at lists.gpii.net)
> *Asunto:* Re: *PMT/PCP Planning and coordination meeting*
> Hi Everyone,
> Thanks for the quick replies!
> There was no date where everyone was able to join. Since the first
> step is to gather all the remaining work/features/requirements to the
> PCP/PMT, the prioritization for finding a date has been a mix of
> getting the most people present and ensuring that the key people for
> defining these requirements are present.
> *The meeting will be held on: Wednesday, April 9, at 14:00 CEST
> *We will have the meeting in the second gotomeeting room:
> If you have items for the agenda, please send them as a reply to this
> Thanks and see you all then,
> On 3/26/14 12:48 PM, Kasper Markus wrote:
> Hi PCP/PMT teams + friends (In particular: *Jan-Paul, Chris, Alex,
> Dana, Jess, Justin, Colin, Andres, Michelle, Ignacio, Claudia,
> Andreas, Christophe, Steve Githens*, and whoever I forgot)
> Seeing how were half way through the project, are wrapping up the
> pilots work and have to start worrying about the next review, I'd
> like to call for a *PMT (and PCP) planning meeting* with the goals
> (more goals are welcome):
> * Get an overview of *all the remaining work/features* for the
> * Get an overview of the remaining resources
> * What are the requirements on the PMT from other activities in
> the project?
> * What is the targeted fidelity of each feature (ie. paper
> prototype, prototype implementation, production state, etc)?
> * Make a roadmap with dates, priorities, assignees, etc.
> In other words, the goal is to make a plan for ALL the remaining
> work - ensuring that it's possible (and reacting on it, if it's
> not, etc).
> I've created a doodle poll for finding a suitable date. As the
> PMT/PCP affect quite a few areas of C4A, the list of people that
> would be useful to have present is also quite long (PMT leads,
> PCP/PMT implementers, designers, MM teams for feedback mechanisms,
> representatives for the common terms work, architecture team reps,
> etc).. So when filling out the doodle poll, please try to be as
> flexible as possible.
> Kasper Galschiot Markus
> Lead Research Engineer,
> Raising the Floor - International,
> www.raisingthefloor.org <http://www.raisingthefloor.org>
Kasper Galschiot Markus
Lead Research Engineer,
Raising the Floor - International,
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