PM NOMIONATIONS: An Open Call for an OK Leader

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Re: PM NOMIONATIONS: An Open Call for an OK Leader

#51 Post by Technology »

Why wouldn't his vote count?
He is in the developer group on the forum and he's even in the group of developers on sourceforge.
From the svn feed it seems that he does Chinese translations.

So he knows Chinese, English and is in touch with the twRO community.
Extremely valuable qualities if you ask me, he's just being modest. ;)
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Re: PM NOMIONATIONS: An Open Call for an OK Leader

#52 Post by ponty »

Ok counted.
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Re: PM NOMIONATIONS: An Open Call for an OK Leader

#53 Post by sli »

Technology wrote:Why wouldn't his vote count?
He is in the developer group on the forum and he's even in the group of developers on sourceforge.
From the svn feed it seems that he does Chinese translations.

So he knows Chinese, English and is in touch with the twRO community.
Extremely valuable qualities if you ask me, he's just being modest. ;)
Oh, didn't know. His username isn't different at all, and I haven't been on the project page in a good while. :lol: My bad!
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Re: PM NOMIONATIONS: An Open Call for an OK Leader

#54 Post by Cadeath »

I go with the spammer

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Re: PM NOMIONATIONS: An Open Call for an OK Leader

#55 Post by freegoods »

I'd like to vote for kLabMouse.

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Re: PM NOMIONATIONS: An Open Call for an OK Leader

#56 Post by epsilon »

i nominate either sli or bibian...though sli is a bit harsh on me on day 1 in the old forum :P and bibian is like an angel to have the initiative for creating new forum in-behalf of vcl, I havent been this active in openkore since I left ragnarok but is willing to go back and forth in the forum once I get a PM though :P like when I recieved ponti msg :P

edit: offtopic*btw I still havent recieved an answer for my application in being a documentator though*

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Re: PM NOMIONATIONS: An Open Call for an OK Leader

#57 Post by Cozzie »

cadeath, your vote is not taken because you are not a staff member.

epsilon, nominations period is over, please read entire thread.
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Re: PM NOMIONATIONS: An Open Call for an OK Leader

#58 Post by openkore129 »

This is in response to a pm from Ponty. I'm just going by the posts in the topic, since I don't know much about how OK works nor do I know Perl (Just some C++) so its difficult for me to judge the relative merits of KLabMouse's and sli's goals.

I read through the entire topic. My 2 cents...from the posts it seems that KLabMouse pushed for AI 2008 and is doing a fair amount of the coding, while sli is working on the other important issues which will go a long way towards streamlining the project and is also working on porting Kore to Python. Atm it seems that improving the Kore AI is most important, so I feel that till AI 2008 is implemented KLabMouse should be the leader. After that is accomplished, one can focus on sli's goals.

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Re: PM NOMIONATIONS: An Open Call for an OK Leader

#59 Post by cuyie »

my vote goes for kLabMouse
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Re: PM NOMIONATIONS: An Open Call for an OK Leader

#60 Post by botty007 »

Shouldn't the Leader manage the project, manage all needed ressources for the future of the project?
Meaning, make the project alive, active and growing by creating the best conditions: gather community from internet (website, forum, developpement plateform, support...), find/nominate/motivate all the staff, take decisions in debates, assign and schedule tasks to staff,... etc.

So most important is motivation and spend time into managing all the project. Isn't a waste to get someone like kLabMouse who could spend most of his time into developpement instead of leader management stuffs.
For me, he should better be as developpement Leader.

kLabMouse, what about developpement Leader? or do you think the management project Leader stuff will take you not long? I'm feel better to know you are working on AI2008 than organizing, take decisions, find who will put the website, the wiki back operationnal, etc...

The suitable for project Leader is someone like ponty who take responsability to create this post and make the project survive. But too bad you don't have time to invest into opnkore project.

PS: sorry for my bad english

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