[User-committee] working group comms
Matjaz.Pancur at fri.uni-lj.si
Sun May 1 09:41:20 UTC 2016
> On 30 Apr 2016, at 23:30, Shamail <itzshamail at gmail.com> wrote:
> The Product WG conducted our meetings originally by phone meetings and used etherpads to document results, however at this point, we have switched to IRC being the norm (and we still use phone meetings from time to time (as an exception) for one-off tasks.
> I would like to second the comments made by Christopher... We have had several meetings in IRC where we have been discussing a topic and someone from the development community chimed in to enrichen the conversation. The logs that Christopher mentioned are another benefit and the eavesdrop.openstack.org listing allows community members to create a calendar entry as well (this definitely helps people who might be interested in your working group find you). I would also be glad to help any way I can to help the Scientific WG adjust to IRC (should you decide to use it).
+1. I know it’s weird to talk to your (younger) colleagues about using IRC, but it works, especially for globally distributed teams.
>> My intention over the next week or two will be to write a detailed
>> guide that will make it super easy for anyone to join the conversation
>> on IRC :) What do you think?
> I look forward to this guide! It would’ve been very helpful during the Product WG transition to IRC.
One of the things we teach in the OpenStack Upstream training (http://docs.openstack.org/upstream-training/) is how to setup/use IRC. We already have a short guide for that:
and we also cover this topic with hands on exercises during the training itself (slides: http://docs.openstack.org/upstream-training/06-irc-meetings.html).
Maybe we can expand this?
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