Papercuts are fast to fix, but annoying bugs. Our mission is to make Ubuntu shined by reducing them.
WHAT WE WANT TO GET
- The Ubuntu experience to be a pleasure.
HOW WE WANT IT TO BE LIKE, IN DETAIL
- Bug management to be agile and simple.
- Have the impression the desktop is rock solid.
- Feel that the Ubuntu desktop usage experience is the most pleasant of any operating system.
- Give Ubuntu a playful feel.
- Getting involved in Ubuntu development to be accessible for children.
- Know that someone is caring.
- Ubuntu to reflect the best of free software and modern computing.
IN WHICH MOMENTS WE APPROACH MORE THAN USUAL TO WHAT WE WANT
- When we have clear why we are here.
- When we focus in work rather than in planning.
- When we hold communication to minimum.
- When we write documentation in wiki to be simple over complete.
- When it is discussed before.
- When processes are under a well planning.
WHAT WE DO DIFFERENT UNDER THESE CIRCUMSTANCES
- We all focus in what we feel it's really important for all.
- Instead of working hard, we create an ecosystem that works itself.
- We quickly identify problems landing on the scope of the project.
- We focus in getting work done.
- We focus in things to be simple.
- We complete our points of view with other's.
- We forward actions to the right people.
- We ask ourselves how much value the work been done is inducing.
WHAT WE THINK THAT MAKES US TO ACT THIS WAY
- That our work is valuable to many people.
- That we can experience the result on real life.
- That work is what makes real feedback with reality.
- That simplicity is what really makes you know you're doing right.
- That all of us together are the greatest potential.
- That working just in the most important thing is what makes commits easy.
- That what we want is the true reference.
WHAT ELSE THINKS WHO IS SUCCESSFUL HERE
- That people who created everything around you is not smarter than you.
- That doing the kind of things that works, it does for everyone.
- That trusting in the above is what is important.
- That doing better is not about working harder, but to be able to get it right by working less.
- That only the 20% of work that gets the 80% of worth is the really important one.
- That you'll never get tired of working in something that makes sense to you.
- That working in what you feel is of value is what will make you to distinguish, although you don't know why in the beginning.
- That uncertainty is natural when taking targets never done before, and assuming it is the difference between who dreams about it and actually gets it.
- That leadership is just taking work others are scared off.
- That he isn't what he thinks or does: it just does it because he wants it.
- That is natural that people rather believe in their points of view, because are these of what they will have always a better level of detail of.
- That with simplicity comes beauty, and beauty reflects potential.
- That everyone knows what knows, and doesn't know what doesn't know.
- That all together know much more than a genius itself.
- That trust is the greatest interpersonal prize, and transparency is what creates it.
You don't need to take care of action, rather to take care of what you wish. Because a river cannot stay quiet having a cascade, and you always get grass with a river ahead.
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One Hundred Papercuts/Mission (last edited 2015-05-21 18:52:14 by es20490446e)