On Mon, 2017-01-23 at 22:56 +0100, Brian Exelbierd wrote:
On Mon, Jan 23, 2017, at 09:48 PM, Justin W. Flory wrote:
> On 01/18/2017 02:41 PM, Ankur Sinha wrote:
> > Hiya,
> > I hope everyone had a good holiday. I'm still on a vacation of
> > sorts,
> > but since most folks are back, I thought I'd get the ball rolling
> > ASAP.
> > So here it is:
I'll drop a +1 here for considering making this a larger objective in
I'm all for this too, obviously, but I really cannot commit to the work
it'll require. :/
I think having Join+CommOps work together on this would be useful.
think it is critical that this (like your mentoring comments below)
become somewhat self-sustaining and not require constant effort from
small group to keep it rolling.
For more details (scant) on my thinking see
Ah - will go through it tomorrow, hopefully and see if I can contribute
in some way.
Everytime I turn around I feel like someone points out yet another
Fedora web property or presence that is not well connected. This one
may even be on the bottom of fedoraproject.org
but I suspect it isn't
visited. I'd love to see join audit for websites that are likely
points and see if they can work with the web group to determine usage
statistics and update statistics. I have this nagging feeling we may
spread thin - but I'd love to be proven wrong with facts.
Oh! I've been meaning to audit our web apps for a while now. I'd even
begun to compare our sites to other open source projects such as
Mozilla to see how they went about with their webspace. Adding this as
another issue here:
A classroom how too is a good plan. Should we consider making this
something that we can leverage the community of a larger edu focused
site with too? I am not suggesting we think "University" but
advertising a lesson on a larger community site will increase the
likelihood of new users/contributors joining.
Most of the skills we use in the community are not really specific
skills, and so, our classrooms teach quite general subjects. We really
should put these out in the websphere more.
Do we think the Join SIG should take up responsibility of managing the
classrooms? We're doing the mentoring too, so this seems like a
coherent plan. I can start putting things into place on pagure if we
think this is OK?
Ankur Sinha "FranciscoD"