Expounding meeting minutes

Gabriele Trombini mailga at fedoraonline.it
Tue Sep 24 14:08:09 UTC 2013

On 09/24/13 15:19, Ankur Sinha wrote:
> On Tue, 2013-09-24 at 14:10 +0200, Gabriele Trombini wrote:
>> as jzb said, it would be nice if someone could briefly expound the
>> topics of the minutes of each Fedora meeting held in order to make
>> understand to the people if they are interested (or not) without
>> reading
>> the logs.
> Could you please provide a link to where this was discussed? I seem to
> have missed the mail :/

You have missed because wasn't into a mail, it happened yesterday in IRC 
#fedora-mktg, or the things said in IRC are not to be considered 
effective? If it so I didn't know and you could not consider this mail. :-D

> Aren't meeting minutes enough? They're concise and highlight any thing
> of importance in the meeting, assuming that the participants used their
> zodbot tools well.

No, I don't think so.

> Could you give an example of what you intend, for example with the
> latest marketing team meeting logs?
> http://meetbot.fedoraproject.org/fedora-meeting/2013-09-23/fedora-meeting.2013-09-23-19.01.txt

E.g. something like: "people interested in the discussion about AP Style 
for the magazine can read the log" or also " in this meeting we also 
talked about the 10th anniversary".
Indeed discussion in the meeting says more than a #action #link and so on.
People without time spare want an overview before choose if read the 
complete log or not.
Again it's the occasion to make attractive IRC meetings in order to get 
more people present.
A FESCo meeting or a QA meeting doesn't need a better explaination for 
common users? How many people could understand easier explainations?

> At the moment, I find minutes enough. A quick glance tells me what went
> on in the meeting and if I need to look at the detailed logs :)
Yes, that's for you and maybe :-) me, but for people who would get in 
touch with the project? Is it really understandable?

This was only an idea.

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