Re: [board-discuss] Board of Directors Meeting 2020-06-05
Am 11.06.20 um 10:16 schrieb Florian Effenberger:
The Document Foundation
Board of Directors Meeting 2020-06-05
Session chair: Lothar Becker
Keeper of the minutes: Stephan Ficht
In the meeting: Cor Nouws (Board), Lothar Becker (Chair), Michael
Meeks (Board), Thorsten Behrens (Board), Daniel Rodriguez (Board),
Paolo Vecchi (Deputy), Nicolas Christener (Deputy), Stephan Ficht
(Admin Assistant), Florian Effenberger (Executive Director), Uwe
Altmann, Simon Phipps, Italo Vignoli, Pulkit Krishna, Dennis Roczek
Representation: Nicolas for Franklin, Paolo for Emiliano
maybe a look into the statutes would be useful here: § 8 IV.
4. have 5 community bonding / hackfest events before 2022
where coders & non-coders meet, ESC events.
4.1 have these in significant geographies
+ hack-fests are hard to plan for the next year (Florian)
+ wait until the end of the year - to see how things
are progressing - otherwise go virtual.
+ now have a great opportunity to learn virtual events (Thorsten)
+ can learn how to have virtual events, easier to setup
and run, with less cost involved.
+ lets take the opportunity.
+ second it (Lothar)
+ hackfest around the conference ? (Lothar)
+ Sophie mentioned mini-sumits.
+ can we get talks down in time at conf ? (Michael/Florian)
+ 30mins max - perhaps 20mins better ?
+ French community had a translation sprint (Thorsten)
+ Hackfest in Germany 2 months ago around Corona
(#WirVersusVirus - Corona hackathon)
+ good ideas to steal from elsewhere.
+ meeting in person is super important; really miss it.
AI: + ask the staff if they have ideas for a virtual hackfest
+ eg. bug-hunting sessions ? (Thorsten)
+ with Jitsi open all the time, play with it eg.
+ really support it (Cor)
+ had some 1st thinking in Dutch community some weeks ago
Seemed other OSS communities with smaller resources (e.g. donation
money) had already been successful doing remote sprint since weeks. The
Plone community e.g. did at least two remote sprints since April 2020.
Maybe you could ask a former service provider for the LibreOffice
extensions and templates website about their tooling.
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