[maemo-community] Maemo Meeting: Tuesday, 9 November, 18:00 UTC

From: Dave Neary dneary at maemo.org
Date: Thu Nov 4 18:39:09 EET 2010

That clashes with a standing engagement I have, and one I don't want to
cancel next week for a number of reasons.

I'll happily answer any questions that anyone has, and I can certainly
pitch in on the subjects below later :)


Tim Samoff wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> More apologies for delays in communication, but I've been going through
> a tenure review process for the last couple of weeks and I've been
> swamped with wall-to-wall work. That's a good thing for me, even though
> maemo.org is forced to suffer through long bouts of silence.
> To break the silence, I thought it would be a good time to schedule a
> meeting. Not just a Maemo Community Council meeting, but one that
> incorporates the m.o staff as well.
> The time:
> http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?year=2010&month=11&day=9&hour=18&min=0&sec=0
> The place[1]:
> irc://chat.freenode.net/maemo-meeting
> 1. There is still one important m.o issue that is pending[2], and I'm
> going to have to cede to Andrew to head it up if he can make the
> meeting, as he knows more about the background story, how the decisions
> were made, and (hopefully) what should happen next. If any of the m.o
> staff would like to take a few minutes to answer some of those questions
> on this list (pre-meeting), please do so. I don't think there was any
> response to this issue.
> 2. MeeGo Conference is coming up quickly. It's organizing itself rather
> sufficiently, but there is another side of the conference that we
> haven't really discussed yet: MeeGo from a Maemo Perspective... We need
> to discuss what we, as the m.o Community, can do to communicate the
> conference to the greater m.o community.
> 3. Similarly, it might serve us well to come up with a strategy for
> helping to keep Maemo-specific issues relevant in the MeeGo world. There
> are a lot of technical issues (and arguments) as well as some UX
> consistency issues that might possibly deserve some representatives at
> the conference.
> 4. The last m.o Sprint that I can find on the wiki is from April
> 2010[3]. I could be wrong, so let me know where I can find more current
> information. I know that Andrew began reporting tasks in email form, so
> maybe that's what happened post-April. I don't want to advocate going
> back to the wiki format (unless we have to), but I'd like to get us all
> back to speed as far as what the current tasks are, which tasks should
> take priority, etc.
> 5. maemo.org 2011: the current state of our website and web-based
> community and where it goes next? This doesn't have to be a full-fledged
> conversation, but the end of the year is coming up and we should begin
> to think about it.
> That's all for now. I hope you can make it to the meeting.
> See you soon in Dublin,
> Tim
> [1] http://wiki.maemo.org/IRC
> [2]
> http://lists.maemo.org/pipermail/maemo-community/2010-September/004519.html
> [3] https://wiki.maemo.org/Maemo.org_Sprints/April_10
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