[Linux-aus] synaptic project management

Janet Reid lucychili at gmail.com
Thu Sep 12 17:02:56 EST 2013

I dont know if the technologies to make that go should be one synaptic web
or if people need to be able to use it fractally. personal, project,
community etc. profit and loss with different dimensions and looking at how
the project uses things which are waste or readily available and produces
things which address a need.

On 12 September 2013 16:31, Janet Reid <lucychili at gmail.com> wrote:

> social facet
> human services planning
> Basically what they did is go through each service you need and think
> about what size the service needed to be and how many people that would
> serve and then spaced the services according to the population they could
> serve. This included things like parks, schools, childcare centres,
> libraries etc.
> strategic plan for a community
> Another project at the same time looked at different aspects of life in a
> region
> They surveyed the community about what was needed.
> They broke the responses into themes. eg employment, health, image of the
> area, safety, environment, there were 10 themes that were chosen.
> Then the project had a team made up of people who worked in each theme
> area.
> Then the person for that theme negotiated for tangible measurable outcomes
> to address that need with the agencies and parties who were
> related/responsible for those areas.
> The government agencies, businesses and parties agreed to the outcomes and
> they were included in the report.
> It was laid out like a table with the theme as a section. a table for a
> need. each row of the table had an action and outcome listed with parties
> who would work on it..
> The report was published so that pages could be removed as they needed to
> be updated.
> The whole thing was the strategic plan for the area.
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