[tor-dev] Tor Metrics Roadmap 2017/18
gk at torproject.org
Mon Nov 20 12:03:00 UTC 2017
> On 2017-11-17 21:29, Georg Koppen wrote:
>> Karsten Loesing:
>>> Hello everyone,
>>> we, the Tor Metrics Team, have finished writing our roadmap for the 12
>>> months between October 2017 and September 2018:
>>> In the process of writing this roadmap we incorporated feedback from
>>> various people in the Tor community, including suggestions made on this
>>> And if something didn't make it on this year's roadmap, we made a note
>>> to reconsider in about a year from now.
>> Hm. There are teams like the Tor Browser people who are doing roadmaps
>> only from dev meeting to dev meeting, meaning for 6 months. Actually,
>> that 6 months or dev-meeting to dev-meeting roadmapping is exactly what
>> Isabela said we (should) do in
>> - Next Tor Meeting is arriving, we do the balance of what we have
>> finished, what we will carry on and start selecting tasks for the next
>> roadmap we will be building at the next Tor Meeting.
>> So I wonder how this fits into your model. I am especially concerned
>> about stuff that comes up at the next dev meeting that would be a
>> concern for the metrics team as it seems to me, reading what you wrote
>> above, that it would not be considered for the roadmap for the current
>> year but rather would have to wait for the year thereafter.
> I'm optimistic that we'd be able (and willing!) to make room for such needs.
> I just said (or meant to say) that we included some, but not all
> suggestions we received over the past few weeks, and that we're going to
> reconsider adding the ones we did not include now in next year's roadmap.
> Note that we picked 12 months as timeframe, not 6, because that seemed
> to make more sense at the time we started writing this roadmap in
> September 2017. The idea was to generate input for the fundraising team,
> and my understanding was that a 6 month timeframe wouldn't be enough for
> Hope this makes sense.
It does. Thanks for these clarifications.
> All the best,
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