From: Beth Jacobson (bethj_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-06-07 12:58:10
John Phillips wrote:
> Beth Jacobson wrote:
>> My (perhaps naive) impression is that while reviews need an expert
>> manager, much of the day-to-day work of managing a review (coordinating
>> with the review wizard and library author, posting announcements,
>> soliciting reviews, etc) doesn't require a great deal of expertise.
> For me, the things you are listing as the administrator's job are a
> very small part of the work.
Yeah, judging from recent posts by other review managers, that seems to
be the general consensus among those who know best. Oh well.
> I think looking for ways to encourage more new managers and provide a
> training and proving ground for those who want to be managers is a good
There was talk at one time about holding some sort of informal
mini-review for all of the SOC libraries at the end of the SOC cycle. As
well as giving the developers a chance to present their work, get some
valuable feedback, and perhaps generate interest for an eventual formal
submission, this might also provide a good opportunity for potential
managers to gain some experience and demonstrate their ability to manage
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