This would be great Pascal -- thanks!
By the way, I will be at the meeting today, but having someone else
facilitate on alternate weeks will be very helpful.
On Tue, Jul 26, 2011 at 01:53:29PM +0000, Pascal Calarco wrote:
Hi Paul --
I'll volunteer to facilitate today's meeting, if you'd like, and alternating
future meetings, as my schedule allows. I am fairly conversant with meetbot, having used
it a couple of times.
[mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Paul W. Frields
Sent: Tuesday, July 26, 2011 9:39 AM
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Subject: [Insight] Meeting help?
I could use some help running meetings for Insight. As my non-Fedora $DAYJOB commitments
have ramped up, it's become increasingly difficult to do some of the work around those
meetings. For instance, it's more difficult for me to bug people about status outside
the meeting, or get the agenda figured out and updated in time.
In the larger view, though, we need to have more community ownership of projects like
Insight. It always worries me when something like Insight, which is a community-driven
system, looks like it's "owned"
by Fedora contributors who are Red Hat employees, because that shouldn't be a
requirement. One way to combat that situation is to encourage more leadership and
decision making by the community.
Having additional ownership for running meetings is just one way to do that, of course.
I'd also like to see other people running development as well. But I do realize that
we could use more people in general for that to be a reality. :-)
If I could trade off meeting responsibilities with someone on alternating weeks, that
would be a great start. Are there any volunteers?