Monday, July 7, 2014

IRC meeting agenda for this afternoon

On Mon, Jul 07, 2014 at 01:00:02AM +0000, wrote:
> You are kindly invited to the meeting:
> Fedora Board on 2014-07-07 from 13:00:00 to 14:30:00 US/Eastern

Apologies for the late message after the long (in the US) weekend.

At the last meeting, we discussed products and ended with a
discussion on the future of desktops and spins. That's a good discussion and
I'd like to make sure we continue it. We vaguely mentioned further mailing
list conversation, but maybe we need to be less vague -- let's try to nail
down exactly what needs to be done (even if we're obviously not going to
solve all of the problems. There are a number of other things I'd like to
get to too, so I'm putting that last -- and let's time-limit it.

There are *also* some open tickets with items in progress which we will come
back to in future meetings -- see
for public tickets, and for board members, private tickets at
<>. If you see anything there
that needs to be talked about now please bring it to Open Floor at the end
of the meeting.

So anyway, here's an agenda:

* Ask to update Fedora text

Needed actions:

- someone to write new text
- someone to contact launchpad

This shouldn't take more than 5 minutes of the meeting.

* Periodic user/contributor survey

Needed actions:

- Really, someone interested in driving this (connecting people, checking
in, etc -- not doing all of the work)
- If that's not a board member, and no one else steps up immediately,
someone interested in *finding* that driver (possibly a future meeting
with Fedora Marketing...)

10 minutes? There's more to plan out, but we shouldn't do all the planning

* Spins and desktops

(No ticket...)

Needed actions:

- make a ticket, maybe?
- anyone interested in coming up with specific plans?
- figure out the questions we need to answer, at least

20 minutes (after that, vote to continue or move to mailing list, but
with some sort of specificity)

* Open floor

Matthew Miller
Fedora Project Leader
board-discuss mailing list

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