For me personally, it is virtually impossible to attend meetings outside the day job and watching recodings is also very cumbersome.
The ideal case would be to move most important conversations to the mailing list or at least critical decisions. Posting readable meeting minutes is better if the ideal case is not possible.
I am pretty sure this is true of most people wishing to contribute outside their day jobs.
From: config-dev <config-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx> on behalf of Mark Struberg <struberg@xxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Friday, December 10, 2021 2:36 AM
To: Jakarta Config project developer discussions
Subject: Re: [config-dev] Meetings and list engagement
> Am 10.12.2021 um 01:24 schrieb David Blevins <dblevins@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>:
> For those of us who can't attend the regular meetings, is it possible we could agree on a couple community good habits (not rules, just best efforts):
> - Push regular minutes out or summaries of discussion
> - Ensure there is a discussion thread before a vote is started (rather that only in parallel)
> Are these things reasonable and/or do people have any other thoughts on what might help them?
> My intention is not to put anyone on the defensive -- meetings are very useful and I greatly respect the time people invest. That said, there are 30 people on the list so there are likely opportunities to engage more people.
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