[EMS Discuss] Proposals for membership meeting
Tue Mar 20 08:23:10 PDT 2012
Hi, Chad here. I just joined the email list a couple days ago. I'm not a member yet, but plan to be. The tough part is finding time to come by the space around watching my 19-month old daughter!
As far as the mailing list vs. forums topic, I'd vote definitely for mailing lists. They are much more mobile friendly! I'm not always at a computer, but always have my iPhone, and emailing is much easier than navigating a web-forum on a small screen! I was on the mailing list for Heatsync Labs when I was in Phoenix, and it seems to work great for them.
On Monday, March 19, 2012 at 3:37 PM, Rick Osgood wrote:
> If anyone has any more proposals for the membership meeting, please email them to the Discuss list today at some point. We need to lock down the agenda so everyone knows what to expect at the meeting. We already have a very full agenda. Here is what we have on there so far:
> Members need to fill out the membership form and waiver if they have not already.
> Updates on the Comcast Internet situation and 501c3 status.
> Discuss and decide on transferring hosted services.
> Discuss the mailing lists / Forums
> We need to decide what medium we want to use as a group. Mailing lists, Forums, or both somehow?
> Then we can decide how do we handle post searchability? Completely public? Locked down?
> How do we handle email address obfuscation?
> James proposed that we use phpBB instead of the current forums.
> Formalize a process for making proposals.
> How can members submit topics for meetings?
> Do proposals require another member to second them before being added to the agenda?
> When should we stop accepting new proposals and lock down the agenda?
> Should be post the board/membership meeting minutes in the wiki rather than as attachments to the wiki?
> Discuss possible member dues payment feedback systems
> If you have anything you need added to the agenda for this meeting, please submit your proposal today.
> Thank you
> Discuss mailing list
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