[maemo-community] 2014-11-04_meeting_minutes

From: peterleinchen at t-online.de peterleinchen at t-online.de
Date: Tue Dec 2 22:40:27 UTC 2014

Meeting held 2014-11-04 on FreeNode, channel #maemo-meeting (logs)

Attending: (xes),
Jussi Ohenoja (juiceme), Philippe Coval (RzR), Peter Leinchen (peterleinchen)

Partial: Sicelo Mhlongo (sicelo), Paul Healey (sixwheeledbeast), (kolp)


Summary of topics (ordered by discussion):

    Dead/old/obsolete content on entry page http://maemo.org
    Housekeeping: see above topic, changing ITT (InternetTabletTalk) labels into TMO (talk.maemo.org), old/obsolete ITT-links
    Ongoing tasks: referendum, Code of Conduct, karma, e.V. sub pages, letter to Jolla

Topic (Dead/old/obsolete content on entry page http://maemo.org):

    Still there are very old contents on the top page of m.o, like the announcements from 2010/2013.
    Council decided to get that announcements ticker on entry page of m.o removed.
    Furthermore there is the link to the "abandoned" Cordia project.
    The Cordia project seems left alone since a long time, so the council decided to get Cordia link removed, too (after some more investigations and community input).
    Board will be informed and should agree. Or give some arguments for keeping them (e.g. for e.V. reasons, ...).
    Council thought of other projects worth to put on front page and decided to have Neo900.org as a valid successor. Kolp joined in and noted to get Doc's approval.
    RzR is going to get in contact with Doc and also smokku (or other dev/supporter of Cordia) about that.

Topics (Housekeeping: see above topic, changing ITT (InternetTabletTalk) labels into TMO (talk.maemo.org), old/obsolete ITT-links

    On users profile page there still were labeled the forum thanks and posts with ITT. As ITT is gone after hand-over of forum to Hildon, this should be exchanged.
    Xes did so on above mentioned page during meeting.
    And pointed out that on this, that and that page it would not be so easy.
    To be investigated how much effort this would need.
    Another issue in same context was pointed out by endsormeans on TMO:
    There are still lots of links floating around on TMO pointing to www.internettablettalk.com but leading to Nirvana, please see here.
    As this is a forum issue, endsormeans was asked to report that to moderators.
    Juiceme did some housekeeping to the mailing list logs and found that over 90% is just spam.

Topics (Ongoing tasks: referendum, Code of Conduct, karma, e.V. sub pages, supporting freemangordon):

    Finally the council voted on which Code of Conduct to take over for maemo.org. It turned out that everybody had an own favourite. But the KDE one was the one with the most acceptance. This one was chosen and will be reported to board to have it as Code of Conduct for maemo.org, after it has been reviewed and possibly adapted where needed.
    It should go to front page of m.o and also integrated into t.m.o.
    Juiceme is still trying to get some old contacts revived to help freemangordon reverse engineering PulseAudio libraries.
    The topics referendum and sub pages are again shifted to be discussed in next week's meeting.
    There was the question thrown in whether we still need the referendum as council and board are not fighting each other.

Action Items:

    -- old items:
        Check if karma calculation/evaluation is fixed. - Karma calculation should work, only wiki entries (according to Doc) not considered. Works (might be cross-checked...)
        NielDK to prepare a draft for letter to Jolla. - Obsolete
        Sixwheeledbeast to clarify the CSS issue on wiki.maemo.org with techstaff. - Done
        juiceme to create a wording draft for the referendum (to be counterchecked by council members). - See
        Peterleinchen to announce resignation of DocScrutinizer*/joerg_rw from council. Done
        Everybody to make up their own minds about referendum and give feedback.
    -- new items:
        RzR to contact Doc (neo900) and smokku (cordia)
        Next weeks tasks: referendum, sub pages on m.o for e.V.

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