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[liberationtech] Who's interested in project management & collaboration tools? And...
melvincarvalho at gmail.com
Sat Aug 4 19:26:41 PDT 2012
On 5 August 2012 03:25, Miles Fidelman <mfidelman at meetinghouse.net> wrote:
> .... where are they and how do I get their attention?
> Hi Folks,
> A lot of folks here are involved in using/developing technology to support
> various forms of networked collaboration, with particular leanings toward
> open, decentralized approaches. So I wonder if I might solicit opinions
> on the following.....
> I've been working on some open source software to support virtual teams
> and projects - putting some of the experiences and techniques I've
> acquired over the years into code - and I'm trying to gather some
> support via Kickstarter.
> The thing is, I'm having a very hard time getting people to even visit
> the project's web page - so far, only about 300 people have visited the
> Kickstarter page, despite some serious attempts to spread the word
> across various email lists, twitter, and so forth.
> It's one thing if people were looking at the page and not contributing,
> but I can't even seem to get people's attention - which suggestions one
> or more of four things:
> - nobody cares about project management (I hope this isn't the case - I
> know administrivia isn't sexy, but an awful lot of people are working on
> an awful lot of projects, and getting buried in mountains of paper,
> email, phone calls, texts, meetings, and yellow stickies. I sure know
> that I'm always looking for ways to declutter that side of my life)
> - I'm not reaching people who care.
> - I'm reaching people, but not getting their attention.
> - I'm reaching people, getting their attention, but not providing enough
> motivation to go the next step and click their mouse (on
> So... I'd really welcome any feedback on the questions who cares about
> project management & collaboration tools, how to reach them, and what
> might motivate them enough to take a look at what I'm doing?
> Thanks very much,
Have you seen bettermeans?
> Miles Fidelman
> In theory, there is no difference between theory and practice.
> In practice, there is. .... Yogi Berra
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