[Lazarus] Project management

Hans-Peter Diettrich DrDiettrich1 at aol.com
Thu Mar 1 14:58:10 CET 2012

Rich Saunders schrieb:
> On 2/29/12 7:35 PM, Hans-Peter Diettrich wrote:
>> Juha Manninen schrieb:
>>> So, what does the management mean in practice? Should Lazarus be
>>> managed differently from how it is managed now?
>> IMO it's not so much a matter of management, but of mind shift. The
>> developers should share more of their knowledge, apart from only
>> writing code. Until then every management attempt will be ineffective.
>> BTW this is not a criticism on Lazarus only, I found that attitude in
>> many open source projects, and small (one-man) companies. Failure to
>> educate co-workers is usually justified by a lack of time ("busy with
>> more important things"), and results in never decreasing work load.
> While you have identified one issue that may not be helped by a change
> in project management, there are other issues that will be helped. So
> don't just focus on this one thing and say "every management attempt
> will be ineffective".

I wonder what's the intented purpose of your "management". In my 
understanding a management will give instructions, which then are 
*obeyed*. Everything else is "talk" about a project, which can happen in 
any place (mailing list, forums...).


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