On 02/26/2016 01:29 AM, Viorel Tabara wrote:
Hmm, I should have gone through the whole process so I don't have
to come back
with more questions... :(
No problem, a few questions never hurt anyone. Best to be clear than to
finish it without being certain.
- If we set the start time at noon what would the end time be?
I think you could assume a safe default of one hour. I'm quite sure what
Remy's plans were for how long this would be, but usually meetings in
Fedora channels last an hour.
For now, default to that, and we can change it later on in the future if
they do happen to be longer.
- Is there a location?
Usually Fedocal locations are IRC channels, formatted in ways like this:
For now, why don't we run this meeting in
fedora-commops(a)irc.freenode.net until we have a definite time for when
it will be hosted?
Realistically, it would probably be very annoying to host a meeting in
our channel because of the fedmsg notifications, so we will likely use a
#fedora-meeting channel down the line. But for now, stick the CommOps
channel location in there as a safe default.
- Do we want reminders? If yes, Fedocal wants to know who to
"send from" and
where to "send to".
Generally, yes, reminder emails are a good idea. I usually default to
one day reminders from my fedoraproject.org
email to a mailing list. For
this, you could insert your Fedora Project email
(viorel(a)fedoraproject.org) as the from address,
commops(a)lists.fedoraproject.org as the to address.
Since the budget is a less-frequently visited thing, it might be better
to have notifications farther ahead… but default to one day for now is
probably not a bad idea.
Lastly if you can have a look at the Feb-15th test and let me know if needs
more work would be great:
The description for the calendar entry is great, that's super
informative and will be good to make sure everyone subscribed knows who
is responsible for what. The only issue I see is that it's set to an
all-day meeting, but that's a small fix and you did just ask about it
Hope this helps!
Justin W. Flory