Am 06.04.2021 um 20:04 schrieb Michel Alexandre Salim
Apologies for not getting this out sooner, but -- do people have
specific topics they want to discuss for the 2021/04/07 server WG
Otherwise, I have the following topics lined up:
- Following up on the PRD update https://hackmd.io/@x3mboy/By5OkH71O
- last meeting's feedback: additional services need to be added e.g.
Most important from my POV:
Discussion of and decision on section 7 of PRD proposal (users, use cases, features). I
will post some more notes on the text to organize the discussion a bit.
I guess, the section is much too long. We need to concentrate on the most important about
7.2 Use Cases
Note: Items 1-13 below the title are an unedited collection of all arguments presented in
discussions. This collection shall not become part of the final PRD!
Items 1-5 under the interim heading "another numbering" are to be included in
the PRD. It is to be checked whether all relevant arguments from the unedited collection
are included there. And if items / arguments are missing or if the one or the other
argument is superfluous or not applicable.
7.3 Most Important Features
Some pages are marked as „Beta“ and are final from the authors view (that’s me).
We can decide if this should be published as is or what changes should be made (and who
should do the work!)
Others are marked as work in progress or collection of content ideas. Further suggestions
are appreciated. Authors are most appreciated.
Also, per the discussion that came at the end of last week's
we'll try using Pagure to track meeting topics, so feel free to file an
issue here ahead of time for future meetings:
(tag it as 'meeting', if you don't have permission to do so, put
[meeting] in the title and I'll tag them for you and sort out the ACL)
I would prefer to continue to announce the agenda on the mailing list. That makes it more
widely visible than on pagure.io, where then hardly anyone notices. And the visibility
will hopefully lead to people being reminded of the meeting or attending out of interest.
Also, on our wiki page there is already a complete documentation of all meetings, so
pagure.io is not necessary for that either. And we should avoid splitting the discussion
among too many different entities.