[Standards] Fwd: [Council] Minutes 2014-11-26
kevin.smith at isode.com
Thu Nov 27 11:57:58 UTC 2014
> Begin forwarded message:
> From: Kevin Smith
> Date: 27 November 2014 11:56:25 GMT
> To: council at xmpp.org
> Subject: [Council] Minutes 2014-11-26
> Reply-To: XMPP Counci
> 1) Roll call
> Kev, Lance, Dave, Matt present. Fippo arrives later
> 2) Agenda planning in Trello
> Kev proposes using Trello for Agenda planning, with a board prepared at https://trello.com/b/ww7zWMlI/xmpp-council-agenda, and all agree. Kev asks for Council to let him know their Trello accounts so he can add them to the board.
> 3) Picking a chair
> (Fippo enters here)
> Kev volunteers to chair Council again this term, everyone agrees.
> 4) Meeting Minutes/Scribes
> Dave suggests having a scribe outside Council. Kev to keep minuting until a scribe is found, and to mail standards@ and members@ asking for a volunteer (done).
> 5) Bios for the website
> Kev asks everyone to check their Bio on the website and either to update it or send a fresh one to Kev if it’s absent/outdated
> 6) Council Responsibilities
> Kev suggests (following Board engagement<>membership suggestions) that Council should poll the membership to see what they expect of Council beyond the obvious XEP review and advancement.
> General agreement to come up with a set of questions to ask the XSF Members, to be circulated on the Council list before sending out. Dave notes that he feels the need for some activities are self-evident and little value is gained from asking Members for their opinions.
> 7) http://xmpp.org/extensions/xep-0319.html
> Issue Last Call?
> All +1
> 8) Date of Next Meeting
> All in favour of continuing with weekly meetings. Some discussion about moving the weekly slot, to continue on-list, but agreement to continue with 2014-12-03 16:00Z as the next meeting.
> 9) Any other business
> Dave asks for the venue of Council meetings to be discussed in the next meeting
> 10) Welcome to new Council
> Kev (as Chair) welcomes the new Council (which looks suspiciously not terribly new).
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