In data martedì 26 agosto 2014 18:44:47, Joe Brockmeier ha scritto:
What's the difference between an administrator and contributor in,
the "releases schedule" group?
In this case there's no difference, only a bad use of term
"administrator" and copy/past did the rest.
Fixed and added jzb ;-)
I think the term "administrator" is correct for the magazine group, due
to the different way to handle.
Note that the marketing tasks we have are already on the big list of
tasks for each release (see:
Added this task on the release schedule section and added myself in
the contributor list as well.
We need someone to coordinate these things. Note that we're
behind (mea culpa) on talking points, marketing wiki pages, etc.
I'll try to draft the first cut of talking points this week.
You're a coordinator, so you can split up job for us.
No objection, but an observation: Meetings are good for check-ins
such, but I find the mailing list and Trac to be way more effective
actual getting stuff done. I'm good with keeping the meetings but I
wouldn't rely on those as the primary mechanism for organization.
IMHO meetings are good to take a look to the "status quo" of stuff to
be done, as you said, but the flowing discussions have to be posted in
the ML and work in progress in the trac (e.g. when a step is done, not
for everyday questions).