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Re: [GNUnet-developers] Communication

From: Matthias Wachs
Subject: Re: [GNUnet-developers] Communication
Date: Sun, 11 Jan 2015 16:10:17 +0100

On Sat, 2015-01-10 at 15:57 -0300, hellekin wrote:
> Seconded.  It's important for the community to see how GNUnet is
> evolving and how non-developers can help.  For example, more people
> knowing about the need to hire hackers means more coverage and more
> candidates.  Also, a more lively mailing list / community means that
> occasional contributors will be more likely to contribute, and observers
> more likely to bring more people in.  Let's make it a virtuous circle!
> Regarding the Mumble, you should try to use it as an IRC channel:
> maintain presence and use it whenever it makes sense.  The regular
> sessions should be well planned and last no more than 30 minutes: 

I agree: nothing worse than an unprepared everlasting meeting ... 
30 Minutes is a good duration ... brief and to the point is the goal

> no
> bullshit, as such meetings tend to last longer and people don't know how
> to say thank you and goodbye.  Note that a preliminary pad and
> subsequent report to the list is also important.  So you should prepare
> the meetings, and focus on *few* specific points that require attention
> and action.  If there's a doubt on any point, leave it for later and
> mark it as important: you know it needs more work to reach resolution.


> Of course, using GNUnet Conversation instead of mumble should become a
> priority :)

That's a good point for the agenda ... but where to put:
short/mid/longterm goal :-D ??? 

> Cheers,
> ==
> hk
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