We talked about this further today, and I think BKP may have some notes
One of my notes is that we need to have at least several of us willing
to watch and respond to that list.
The web forum interface includes upvoting/downvoting that we may be able
to use to come up with FAQs or highlighting content.
One silly idea I had was to follow a nomenclature like this:
"practicing the open source way" == practicing(a)theopensourceway.org
"questions for the open source way" == questions@
"how to practice the open source way" == how-to-practice@
On 6/24/20 8:58 PM, Karsten Wade wrote:
Sure thing, let's talk about it tomorrow, unless you've
pretty much said
it all below?
What you are describing sounds like a users mailing list (under whatever
name) and is something we'd want eventually, I reckon. If you feel we're
ready for that, I don't have any objection & will happily participate &
bring people to discussions there.
(In this case, 'users' of TOSW are not just people who will eventually
read the guide; it's a broader net being cast for people who might gain
from any of the output/artifacts we do as a community of practice.)
On 6/24/20 8:00 AM, Brian Proffitt wrote:
> It has been suggested that TOSW community can act as a more responsive
> resource of open source and community best practices. With that in
> mind, I would like to put forth the suggestion that we have a new
> mailing list, such as community(a)theopensourceway.org
> <mailto:email@example.com>, where folks could come to ask
> questions and get advice.
> If this could be added to this week's agenda item as a discussion, it
> would be appreciated.
> Brian Proffitt
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