Archives for the month of: September, 2012

At the current stage we are developing non-profit.

That means, we depend on developers and programmers who are realy realy interested in our concept. And just in that.

We can not resemble bad ideas with money.

That leads to a few problems:

– if the motivation is over, the developer leave properly

-to much stuck in the process, the same

-when there are privat or work-related problems, time over

-if someone left, it is har not to start at the beginning

 

Our solutions to that problem:

-we create a workflow to involve the people and let them stay motivated

-we have weekly meetings where we accumulate most of the developers

-every one have his part, so it is easy to overtake for someone else

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In processes of social and political developement, you can say there are two main kinds of people:

the doer and the thinker

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doers are mainly outside working. they don’t need a plan: they create something and afterwards they look at the result. they have a lot of ideas and are always on the move. they don’t like to sit in dark offices and hack into computers. they are affraid of statistics, calculations and long term plans.

thinkers need a structured and safe working condition. They don’t like to get dirty in a physical way. They like to be responsible for several things. They eye new ideas critical. They like to analyze processes. Before they do something, they are thinking, planing and doubting a long time.

Our vision is, to create a tool, which helps that two kinds, to get together. We beleave that they could be complementary. The doer needs a fast and intuitive way of sharing his current status of process. The thinker wants to have tools of planning, calculating and a plan structure.

The structure of mind map give both groups the possibility of a simple and intuitive structuring of processes. Different apps can make several calculating tools possible. Doers can share there stage of developement in an easy way. Thinkers can analyse the process and calculate the next step.

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