On Thu, 2021-11-04 at 09:22 +0100, Peter Boy wrote:
> Am 03.11.2021 um 17:41 schrieb Michel Alexandre Salim
> I wonder if we should revisit calling for agenda topics via email.
I remember we discussed that once ago. One criterion at the time was
how we could reach as many as possible in the simplest and best way.
> WGs and SIGs use Pagure, and it seems to be working well for them.
> Without this, people who don't follow the mailing list closely
> likely miss out, unless they know to check the list in the short
> (Thursday to Monday).
It is unclear to me how pagure solves this better. Instead of reading
the mailing list they would have to check pagure regularly. Or they
would have to watch pagure issues, and then they would also receive a
mail from pagure. Or am I missing something?
I immediately see an advantage if we create one ticket per topic.
Especially for longer running work, which is the miserable ticket #32
Yup! One ticket per topic, so you can track any needed follow-ups there
And we need a ticket if we need / want a voting.
voting to happen async, yes, you'd need it
But if we create a ticket for each meeting, aren't we cluttering up
I don't think we need a ticket for the entire meeting either. Just
the tickets we want to discuss at the next meeting with a 'meeting'
tag, then untag them once they are discussed.
> If the concern is that information is scattered in two different
> we can keep sending the call for topics here, but link to that
I have no qualms about using either. I think it is important to
spread the information as widely as possible and sensibly. We can
start with the next meeting. I would just like to have a clear goal
and procedure to follow.
I agree. And I think posting the call for agenda items in
an email to
the list, but directing people to Pagure, would give us the best of
- you remind people to file items, like now
- but people who have something to bring up earlier don't have to wait
for this email
PS apologies for the extended absence, just came back from parental
Michel Alexandre Salim