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"Paweł Hajdan, Jr." 07-13-2010 02:18 AM

Gentoo Council 14/7 introductory meeting
 
On 7/12/10 4:08 PM, Jorge Manuel B. S. Vicetto wrote:
> Gentoo Council 14/7 meeting goals:
> * set some base rules for the operation of the new council
> * listen to the community to check whether there are any issues it
> wants to bring to the attention of the council

I'd like to push a small thing to your agenda. :)

Please set some rule to post meeting summaries on time. Something
similar to the slacker mark would be fine. Feel free to come up with
something more creative if you wish.

Rationale: Meeting summary for 20091012 is "to be completed". Meeting
summary for 20100419 is also "to be completed", and all following
council meetings lack summaries. This makes it hard to follow the
council's work.

Paweł

Richard Freeman 07-13-2010 05:06 PM

Gentoo Council 14/7 introductory meeting
 
On 07/12/2010 10:18 PM, "Paweł Hajdan, Jr." wrote:

Rationale: Meeting summary for 20091012 is "to be completed". Meeting
summary for 20100419 is also "to be completed", and all following
council meetings lack summaries. This makes it hard to follow the
council's work.


I've seen this at work quite a bit. I've also seen an elegant solution
that works moderately well. The minutes of the meeting are taken in
realtime during the meeting by whoever will take it, and this is shared
with the participants in realtime. This way errors in the minutes are
instantly corrected. When the meeting is done you just save and publish
the minutes and you are done.


Realtime collaboration could involve any number of mechanisms. I don't
know if google docs supports it, but I imagine Wave would. There might
be other mechanisms as well. Webex/GotoMeeting/etc are usually the
methods employed in the business world. There might be an FOSS equivalent.


I think this should be purely up to the council's discretion, but I
wanted to offer this as a suggestion.


I'm not a fan of slacker marks in the first place - but, if you have to
have them then I'd do it in a way so as to avoid creating a negative
incentive for volunteering to do the work in the first place.


Rich

Tobias Scherbaum 07-13-2010 05:26 PM

Gentoo Council 14/7 introductory meeting
 
Hi,

Am Dienstag, den 13.07.2010, 13:06 -0400 schrieb Richard Freeman:
> I've seen this at work quite a bit. I've also seen an elegant solution
> that works moderately well. The minutes of the meeting are taken in
> realtime during the meeting by whoever will take it, and this is shared
> with the participants in realtime. This way errors in the minutes are
> instantly corrected. When the meeting is done you just save and publish
> the minutes and you are done.
>
> Realtime collaboration could involve any number of mechanisms. I don't
> know if google docs supports it, but I imagine Wave would. There might
> be other mechanisms as well. Webex/GotoMeeting/etc are usually the
> methods employed in the business world. There might be an FOSS equivalent.


Take a look at app-editors/gobby :)

- Tobias

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