On 23 August 2016 at 12:14, Stephen Gallagher <sgallagh(a)redhat.com> wrote:
We need to discuss our new plans going forward for the Fedora Server
Fedora has started adopting the Kellogg Logic Model for planning purposes. At
this year's Flock in Kraków, Poland, we started this process with the people who
For those of us who aren't familiar with a Kellog Logic model are
there other resources available explaining them that don't require a
name and login to get to? I kind of understand what is going on but
these things usually have particular language definitons which if not
everyone knows ends up with arguments over minutae. [Like the fact
that Logic does not mean philosophical or computer logic but some
completely other meaning]
I found this
but I don;'t know if that covers what we are trying to do or what we
are trying to accomplish
I also found
I went through my email and could not find any other mentions of
Kellogg logic so if this is discussed elsewhere already my apologies.
I put together a Kanban board as an imperfect visualization of
discussion so we can use that. In a proper visualization of the model, all of
the cards would have arrows pointing to the column to their right to indicate
which card they were implementing.
I'd like to continue this exercise with the larger Server SIG audience on this
mailing list. We will go through five unique phases, each corresponding to the
five columns in the Kellogg Logic Model from right to left (so we will start at
the rightmost column, "Impact" and then proceed through "Outcomes",
"Activities", and "Resources in order).
This thread will begin with "Impact". In the Kellogg Logic Model, this is the
high-level change we want to effect in the world. An analogue to this in our
original PRD would be our Mission and Vision statements.
At Flock, we summarized (and shortened) the Vision and Mission as follows:
* Vision: Admins default to choosing Fedora Server as a deployment platform for
apps and services
* Mission: Produce common base and server roles (best practices in a can)
So let's start by discussing these. Do we like these as our long-term end goals?
Should they be more specific or more vague?
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Stephen J Smoogen.