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Re: [board-discuss] Public agenda for TDF board meeting on Friday, May 22nd at 1300 Berlin time (UTC+2)


Hi Florian,

Item 4 on the agenda is a significant change to past decisions on the
subject by the Board. Is there any background information such as a paper
describing the rationale and impact of the change please?

Thanks!

Simon

On Mon, May 18, 2020 at 8:31 AM Florian Effenberger <
floeff@documentfoundation.org> wrote:

> Dear community,
>
> find below the public agenda for our
>
> -> TDF board meeting with a public part, and if needed followed by a
> private part (- no topics in the private part so far -)
> -> on Friday, May 22nd at 1300 Berlin time
>
> For time zone conversion, see e.g.
>
> https://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/converted.html?iso=20200522T13&p1=37&p2=136&p3=241&p4=589
>
> -> at https://jitsi.documentfoundation.org/TDFBoard
>
> as we gain good experience last time after improvements of the TDF
> instance from the team, if possible use Chrome browser and do not use
> video and until not speaking up please mute.
>
> -> AGENDA:
>
> Public Part
>
> 1. Q&A: Answering Questions from the community (All, max. 10 minutes)
>
> Rationale: Provide an opportunity for the community to ask questions
> to the new board and about TDF.
>
> 2. Discuss: Ecosystem & Sustainability (Michael, All 15min)
>
> Rationale: Discussion, relevance and dependencies for TDF
>
> 3. Discuss: Quick check of fitting prerequisites and procedure of the
> vote for the next agenda item (Lothar, Board members, All 5 minutes)
>
> Rationale: Clarifying about voting of the next agenda item
>
> 4. Voting on proposal of Paolo: (Paolo, Board members 15 minutes)
>
> Voting proposal via Mail from Paolo Vecchi at 16.05., 13.15 UTC+2: "...
>
> Enable the infrastructure team to deliver the following packages
> with TDF and LibreOffice branding:
> - docker images
> - ownCloud connector (from which we have already got confirmation
> of acceptance) for LOOL
> - once that is in place I will ask NextCloud for the opportunity to
> do the same
> - Univention marketplace packages for LOOL
> - all packages and connectors will be maintained and updated on a
> monthly basis unless urgent patches/bug fixes are required sooner
> - the latest stable version of LOOL code will be used to build the
> images
> - the infrastructure oversight team will ensure that all issues
> that may impede the execution of this plan are identified and solved
> promptly
> - the infrastructure oversight team should evaluate, and report
> back to the BoD, if TDF should use its own Gerrit server for LOOL or
> Collabora's see ticket
> https://bugs.documentfoundation.org/show_bug.cgi?id=132349
> - LibreOffice branded documentation/help files should be created to
> make it as easy as possible to install docker images/Univention packages
> - TDF's LOOL packages will be free and supported only by the
> community. No paid/support options will be made available by TDF
> - In the download page it will be made clear that if LOOL is used
> in enterprise environment support options are available through the
> members of TDF's ecosystem
> At a later stage eventual limitations in terms of concurrent
> users/documents will be discussed.
> ..."
>
> Rationale: explanation of voting item(s), getting a valid voting
> result on Paolos proposal as described above
>
> 5. Discuss: Status of redmine tickets of the board (Thorsten, All 10min)
>
> Rationale: Clarifying which tickets/list, what todos, who is caring,
> until when
>
> Private Part
>
> - No topic in private so far -
>
> Florian
>

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