On Fri, Feb 19, 2016 at 5:02 PM, Robert Mayr <robyduck(a)fedoraproject.org> wrote:
2016-02-18 23:46 GMT+01:00 Matthew Miller
> I'm assuming Monday at the same timeslot.
> Feb 22 -- Tickets and Ongoing
> Feb 29 -- Open Floor (and Leap Day!)
> Mar 7 -- Subproject Report (TBD)
> Mar 14 -- Review of Council Objectives (University, Modularization)
> Mar 21 -- Tickets and Ongoing
> Mar 28 -- Open Floor
> Apr 4 -- Subproject Report (TBD)
> Apr 11 -- Open Floor
> Apr 18 -- Tickets and Ongoing
> Apr 25 -- Open Floor
> May 2 -- Subproject Report (TBD)
> (and probably on in an similar manner from there)
> Note that March 14 is right after the US switch to Daylight Saving
> Time. Should we move our meeting with it? But, since the composition of
> the council changes, it may be that the answer is different every time.
> And the topic I've penciled in for that day isn't necessarily something
> to solve in a meeting, but I wanted to get it on the table -- let's
> talk about before then. The University Involvement initiative was
> slated for having results in the 2015-2016 academic year. And, you
> know, best laid plans and all that. And, the modularization initiative
> was specifically supposed to be in phases, and so that needs to be
> refreshed too. AND, there might be other things we might want to add.
> (Fedora Hubs, maybe?)
> For the subproject reports, what would people like to see? I'd be kind
> of interested in seeing a demo of the state o xdg-app in Workstation,
> as I know there's talk of having a prototype ostree-based workstation
> with xdg-app as a F25 feature. Possibly we could have a report from
> FAMSCo/FOSCo as that does (or doesn't?) get back up off the ground.
> What else?
> Also note that we should have a budget session, some point after the
> budget actually drops. Probably will take over one of the Open Floors
> for that.
> Matthew Miller
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Personally I'd prefer to switch to DST, not sure what others think about the
I would personally prefer to switch to CET :-)
For a personal reason, I am not available from 5PM to 7PM CET. Except
this time frame I am more-less flexible.
I like the plan for the next meetings, and I'm strongly in favor
of having a
session about Fedora Hubs. Actually there is no real plan with time steps to
get Hubs done, and this doesn't help IMHO. There are so many useful things
contributors will be able to get through hubs, we should in some way elevate
this project to one of the primary priorities for 2016.
The Fedora Hubs project seems to be quite important and I think it
should get more attention. Also some planning and coordination of this
project will be IMO essential to have.
Also, a FAmSCo/FOSCo report could be useful, some tasks are going to
together (i.e. budgeting) and one of the main goals of FAmSCo is to get
FOSCo working ASAP. Would be nice to coordinate actions and share ideas.
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