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Le 2010-12-03 18:05, Florian Effenberger a écrit :
Hi Ralph,

Ralph H. wrote on 2010-12-03 16.24:
the pirate party of germany had an open list and an open wiki to
create and talk about press releases. it did backfire in all possible
we had vandalism, presspeople trying to get a pressrelease earlier*,
very long discussions with people not in the pressteam (making the
release late)

thanks for sharing. I see the concerns. Then I would propose one private
list for marketing in general, and avoid the distinction we had over at
OOo with marcon@ and pr@ - I guess one closed list is enough, and we
should make everything public that's possible. People usually tend to
send everything to the private list, which is bad. :-)

What do you all think about one private list? Thoughts very much
welcome. (I always have very bad feelings about private lists...)


It could also be as simple as creating a simple email group used for a specific task. No need to create a private mailing list. Once the task is complete the email group is disbanded and the results are made public in due course. Of course the email group would always have to include some members of the SC for transparency at the SC level.

What would really be needed is a secure site to hold the documentation being worked on; part of the wiki that would be accessible for only certain members. Unless the newly created email group/mailing list decided to delegate the care of the documentation in some members hands.

But yes, there should be a way for some groups to work in a secure area where such materials may be considered "time or public" sensitive.


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