[board-discuss] Board Strategy Meeting
TDF is developing rapidly, so are the challenges we have to face, the
decisions we have to make, and the strategy we have to develop. In
addition, we intend to run the board elections this fall, approximately
shortly after LibOCon, to give the new board enough time to learn until
the official duty hand-over in February 2014.
Given that several board members already proposed to meet dedicatedly
for strategy, I would like to propose hosting a
Board Strategy Meeting
this summer. The intend is to have as many board members as possible -
ideally everyone - at the same physical location, dedicatedly talking
about strategy and future planning.
There is a variety of topics on the table, and I think having a real
life meeting is much better than any sort of virtual meeting. Having
this meeting next to the LibreOffice Conference doesn't sound wise to
me, as we all know how busy these days usually are.
Before I send out a Doodle from June to September, I'd like to hear your
availability options. ;-) It might make sense to host the event at a
central location, during a weekend, so many people can participate.
Can all board members give me feedback on when is best (or when it
doesn't work out at all), so I can send out a Doodle poll soon?
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