[IAEP] Sugar Lab Meeting

Simon Schampijer simon at schampijer.de
Tue Jul 15 08:43:15 CEST 2008

David Farning wrote:
> This week Simon opined on the status of Sugar meetings.
>> I think that our dev meetings have not been accepted as much as i have
>> hoped they 
>> would have been. With accepted I mean for example that people don't
>> suggest topics 
>> themselves. Maybe this was not the right approach and we have to set
>> the topics our 
>> self (at least for now).
> It would be good to get Mako's input on this.  If my memory does not
> fail me, he ran some effective meetings at Ubuntu.
>> I just wonder what I really expect from the meetings. (points don't
>> have to be 
>> exclusive)
>> a) an update what happened this week, who is working on what (in
>> development, 
>> process change)
>> b) discussion of new features
>> c) bug triage - give out little tasks to people(opportunity/sugar
>> love)
>> d) introduce new people
>> e) people ask questions - like activity developers
>> f) maybe this is not developers only and we start to discuss education
>> topics, 
>> deployments as well
> It seems time to split the sugar meeting into developers and Sugar Labs.
> Would this be a good time to start booting up the Oversight board?
> Maybe a Weekly Sugar Labs meeting with the Oversight board taking part
> once per month.
> dfarning

Actually, for me the meeting was always a developers one. With creating a regular 
meeting for sugarlabs we make this distinction clearer and we can focus better in 
both meetings. Sounds like a good plan to me.

Thanks for bringing this up,

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