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I was wondering about the 'FOSDEM goals' is there something that should be
read before that meeting or is the meeting meant to introduce them?



On Wed, Mar 11, 2020 at 12:45 PM Florian Effenberger <> wrote:

Dear community,

find below the public agenda for the

TDF board meeting
with a public part, followed by a private part
on Friday, March 13th at 1300 Berlin time

For time zone conversion, see e.g.

(We'll use only as fallback.)

Public Part

1. Q&A: Answering Questions from the community (Lothar and Franklin,
max. 20 minutes)

    Rationale: Provide an opportunity for the community to ask questions
to the new board and about TDF.

2. Finalizing and publishing the FOSDEM goals (Lothar, Franklin 10min)

    Rationale: clarifying todos, timeline
    Proposal: reread and cluster FOSDEM goals for publishing, Blog about
Goals in the next 14 days, instantiation of a tracking tool for the goals

3. Take over Document Freedom Day campaign by TDF (Franklin, 10min)

    Rational: discuss take over, checking about consensus to do, next
steps (vote via email?)

4. Status quo about Pending Actions (Lothar 5min)

    Rational: clarifying todos, timeline

Looking forward to hear you on Friday!


Florian Effenberger, Executive Director (Geschäftsführer)
Tel: +49 30 5557992-50 | Mail:
The Document Foundation, Kurfürstendamm 188, 10707 Berlin, DE
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