I looked through the notes from back then, some of it is now outdated, not relevant anymore, some of it has been pursued in other places, some plans have turned out completely different along the way.
Dec 26 2016
Dec 22 2016
Dec 19 2016
Some improvement tasks to work on regarding this:
Dec 15 2016
Just announced the meeting on email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org:
Dec 13 2016
Ok so today we discussed on IRC when/how to approach the first test meetings - see logs here: http://irc.apertus.org/index.php?day=13&month=12&year=2016
Dec 8 2016
Cool, then if Sebastian agrees as well (don't want to force anything on anyone here :)) I'd propose we do a few meetings in the coming weeks to try this out! I'll take care of coordination and organization and I'll get in touch on IRC so we can figure out the rest easier. \o/
Haha I see (and agree) :)
I'll have to get a grasp of the system context first, but it's definitely something I could write, so I'll tentatively take this on myself :)
Is this still relevant?
For each new release (thus every 6 months), the Fedora project organizes a contest to include 16 additional wallpapers provided by the community, which are decided on by a process of voting:
Is this still relevant? (If not I propose to close)
As an addendum to the previous comment, I'm posting the meeting notes from the latest blender development meeting as a reference to get a feeling how in-depth (or rather: how "big picture"!) these meetings are, and also because I think it's interesting to see how each meeting produces a small management summary of what's currently going on - and this I think is something from which the various apertus projects (especially the Beta of course) could definitely benefit.
I consider the lab to have replaced the need for all being at the same place at the same time online?
Can I close this as wontfix?
Nov 16 2016
Jul 22 2015
- I agree that the separation of content should be much stronger.
(Have the blog its own page section and only there, not teased on every other page somewhere at the bottom/side, etc. - apply for all other things that are mixed and inserted into other pages somewhere)