Thinking about the success criteria, I'd propose to just look back at the
try to answer the following questions, and then the editorial board would do
a majority vote based on that.
1/ Have we attracted new contributors in the forum that weren't on the list?
2/ Having the proposals together with the discussion, was it faster to
3/ Was it faster for people to get responses in general?
4/ Do you like the experience better? less? same?
As for the dates, yes, we've decided to move this a week, meaning:
Thursday 18 June — Switch to the forum
Week of 20 July — Evaluate, vote, and either stay or go back
What do people think? And does anyone have some additional (better?)
success criteria to add?
On Wed, Jun 10, 2020 at 8:27 PM Ben Cotton <bcotton(a)redhat.com> wrote:
In today's meeting, we agreed to delay the Discourse trial by a
in order for asamalik to have time to drive the "success criteria"
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