Bee and I were discussing in IRC this morning about the "Year in Review"
series we are planning on doing into 2016. I was planning on having the
announcement article prepared by our next meeting.
However, it came up about the best way to (1) spread word to the other
subgroups about writing an article and (2) how to best collect data for
each subgroup to provide them an image-with-data.
I feel like the best way to spread the word about this would be posting
to each subgroup's mailing list... but I'm a little unsure of that and
wanted to see what the rest of you thought.
As for collecting data, this is easier with code contributions that are
easily trackable in numbers. But for advocacy and other not-so-numbery
tasks, like Ambassadors, Design, and Marketing, it makes their
contributions to the Project a little more difficult to track.
Curious to get some more input on this.
For those celebrating, happy Thanksgiving as well!
Justin W. Flory
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