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 Post subject: Roadmap of Jon's Time
PostPosted: Fri Jul 27, 2012 9:44 am 
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So I've recently carved out some time each week specifically dedicated to SR3R. I also realized that one issue when I've tried to do similar things in the past is that I'd jump around from topic to topic, then eventually end up unsure of where to start and just stop putting in time. In that vein, while I'll glance over and possibly respond to any issues that people bring up, I'm going to mostly dedicate my attention to a single topic in an attempt to come to some sort of resolution (or at least as much as is possible) before moving on to something else. As a result, I think it'd be useful to make public what people can expect me to be working on:

Currently, I'm working on a clarification of the security response rules. This isn't exactly the highest-priority issue, but it was something I had on my mind that I decided to use as a springboard to get back into working on SR3R; as a secondary benefit, it was something I felt comfortable taking to Dumpshock to get more eyeballs. I'm going to avoid letting this turn into a general examination of security, but I want to at least feel like I know precisely what other things I'm waiting on before moving on.

My next priority will be chargen. This is a broad and sprawling topic that will probably spawn digressions onto issues like Complementary Skills, Knowledge Skills, and various other things, but I'm going to try to address each issue I choose to descend into before coming back out too generally.

This leaves a pretty far horizon, so I can't really usefully stick anything else on here, but I just wanted to get this much out there so that people know what's going on.

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PostPosted: Sun Sep 16, 2012 11:30 am 
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For the record, when a single exchange of comments takes a week, I think we either need to work processes in parallel, or really streamline that process. I realize this is a 'living document', but this is a little ridiculous.


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