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* Google Summer of Code 2007 * Google Summer of Code 2007
-** [http://groups.google.com/group/google-summer-of-code-announce/web/gsoc-mentor-organization-application-how-to Apply for Google SOC] - choose organization mentor (Hill? Mills?)+** [http://groups.google.com/group/google-summer-of-code-announce/web/gsoc-mentor-organization-application-how-to|Apply for Google SOC] - choose organization mentor (Hill? Mills?)
 +** SoC ideas
 +*** [[Summer_of_Code_2007]] wiki page
 +* Management of WW.net development
 +** A project "leader" should be used to help focus development
 +** Should be someone that can manage the developers and someone that would be listened too and can communicate back and forth with NASA
 +**** Nomination of names
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 +* Plans / Goals for 1.4.0.1 and 1.4.1
 +** 1.4.0.1 - Minor bug fixes
 +** 1.4.1 - Larger issues that need to be worked on as listed on this page: [[World_Wind_1.4.1_Notes]]
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Community Meeting, March 14, 2007

Meeting will be on Wednesday, 14 March 2007 at 20:30 UTC in IRC channel #worldwind-meeting


Meeting Notes

  • If you want to add something to the Agenda, edit this page. Try and make your changes at least 1 day prior to the meeting. Put your name/nickname after the agenda item, and make sure to attend the meeting.
  • If a discussion results in someone agreeing to do something, the moderator should send an IRC message starting with "TODO:" and the person's name and short description, to make searching the meeting logs easier
  • Moderator should control change of meeting topics. Use something like "OK to move on?", and if everyone has finished the discussion of the current topic, the moderator then sends a message with the next agenda topic. Moderator should force moving on to the next topic if the discussion is too long.
  • Meeting length should be targeted to 30-45 minutes.

Agenda

Old News

(For reference, here're some notes on "wants" for 1.4.1)

New News

  • Management of WW.net development
    • A project "leader" should be used to help focus development
    • Should be someone that can manage the developers and someone that would be listened too and can communicate back and forth with NASA
        • Nomination of names
  • Plans / Goals for 1.4.0.1 and 1.4.1
    • 1.4.0.1 - Minor bug fixes
    • 1.4.1 - Larger issues that need to be worked on as listed on this page: World_Wind_1.4.1_Notes
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