[Members] minutes of XSF Annual Meeting, 2009-10-06

Nicolas Vérité nicolas.verite at gmail.com
Thu Oct 8 03:39:20 CDT 2009


2009/10/8 Remko Tronçon <remko at el-tramo.be>:
>> I actually *really* like the idea of randomly selected reviews for
>> last calls. All we need is a little tool to generate a name, and
>> someone to nag for a few days and then move on to the next name.
>> Eventually memberbot would start doing this automatically.
>
> Same here!
>
> Fabio's right about the higher bodies needing some stability, but for
> other tasks, this could be engaging and challenging for everybody, and
> it would give more meaning to membership (and perhaps stop some
> seemingly-random applications)

Radomness is cool, and stability is mandatory for our core tasks.

We got raw manpower willing to help.

Why not create a team for... well let's say the bad words, something
like communication and marketing. But let me explain: the team that
will write articles in news sites and xmpp.org, the one that will
gather our missing contributors (the professionals and experts that
are not presently here). This team would be less formal than the
council and the board. I see it doing things pretty much like
spreadfirefox and hack.mozilla.org do. The perimeter is quite blur in
my mind, but the team members could shape it the way they would like
by bringing grey matter.

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