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126.96.36.199. Issue Tracker Labels
These labels are meant to map to levels of ignorance.
Straight forward questions (What?)
- Editor (beginner and non-technical contributors)
- Programmer (ruby or R programmers or packagers)
- electronic / hobbyist (hardware skills) engineer. See 3.-Home Energy Explorer
- [Hand off](https://github.com/GregLawson/Open-Table-Explorer/issues/labels/Hand off) Best fixed in another project. Figure out how to submit bug report.
- __ Architectural__ (issues about how to structure hardware and software resources to best resolve issues). See 2.1.-Open table architecture
- [Learning Curve](https://github.com/GregLawson/Open-Table-Explorer/issues/labels/Learning Curve) (architectural questions on architectures the teams is not yet familiar with) Inherently a risk.
- __ Recruitment__ may be an architectural question (second order ignorance: who do we ask our questions of?)
- Motivation may also be an architectural problem (second order ignorance: how do we persuade people to answer our questions?)
Risk management (Why?)
- [Risk Management](https://github.com/GregLawson/Open-Table-Explorer/issues/labels/Risk Management) (issues about which architectures should have resources applied)
- [Join Them Not Fight Them](https://github.com/GregLawson/Open-Table-Explorer/issues/labels/Join not Fight) (Close an issue because it's easier to go in a popular or suboptimal direction than to fight for a possibly better answer). Acceptance of architectural features, bugs become features, expectation management. Subject to revisit as time allows.
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