Yeah, that's what I was getting at. It seems to me like the quickest route to building something that people will start using, which in turn is the best way to keep the project alive and growing.Quote:
You take your basic tasks and break them up into priorities. Then work only on those priorites. As new ideas come in you reorganize the priorites. Then on top of that we do sprints. Where you take the priority items and work only at that top priority for that week, month or what ever tiem frame.