On Thu, Jul 19, 2018 at 11:47 PM, Justin W. Flory <jflory7(a)gmail.com> wrote:
I am proposing to migrate the event guidelines into a Google Doc to
provide a single place to point people (with authenticated protection
and commenting) and also provide an easier interface for commenting and
+1 to migrating to something that makes it easier to see comments vs. the
Another idea would be to code it in asciidoc and submit it as a PR to it's
final resting place. This way we have somethign to refer to when we submit
it for various approvals and you can make line-by-line comments.
Having a more readable draft would help me with getting Flock as in
compliance as it can be.
Currently, the guidelines live in this Etherpad:
I was reviewing Dyuti's CommBlog draft for the event guidelines post
today and realized it would be helpful to point people to one place to
read the guidelines. When I was reviewing the original Etherpad, it was
difficult to follow between actual content and comments. I think this is
a problem others who review the event guidelines will also face, and
decrease the chances of receiving meaningful feedback.
Even though Google Docs isn't open source, the benefits it provides for
us to collect meaningful feedback, assist our outreach effort, and more
effectively meet our goals seems worth it.
I can migrate the content before the end of Friday if helpful. I think
it will expedite the speed we can get the Community Blog article
Please let me know your thoughts on migrating the event guidelines into
a publicly-visible Google Doc. Otherwise, I will do this before the end
of day Friday to help keep momentum with the CommBlog article.
Justin W. Flory
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