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Hi Roxy, all!

Am Montag, den 18.10.2010, 10:08 -0500 schrieb Roxy Robinson:
All concerns seem to be around the foundation, not the software and
its users!!!! 

Short answer: Yes. And no.

Long answer ... The concerns are the foundation, the software and its
users. But how to satisfy user needs without software. How to develop
software on a broader basis without the new organizational model? One
fundamental issue of each project is "limited resources" - so you have
to focus, independent of the size of your team. One solution is to do
things step by step.

Our current aim is to create and to promote a solid platform for product
development as fast as possible. Without forgetting the other parties.
Like you :-)

Having everything in place, e.g. the new CMS based website, we can
easily share responsibility with those who want to develop a user
oriented structure of the website. And I'm part of that team, for sure.
Then, we'll be able to provide optimized web content for e.g. (that still shows the same content like

Until we have reached the corresponding sub-goal, we really rely on your
(user) support and your experience. Please guide users on mailing lists,
point them to blogs, or even slightly adapt the current website (please
announce it in advance).


PS: I agree, that the current front page of the website is a mess :-)

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