From the messages I've seen so far, it might be a problem of language
(not everybody is fluent in English), and it might be a problem of high
call fees. Both is totally understandable. We have been trying to get
people into meetings via Skype, Google Hangout or various other tools,
but nothing so far really worked out perfectly, which is why we stick
with phone conferences. However, Having IRC in parallel might make
sense. Maybe it's even technically possible to at least stream the audio
to everyone and you then can reply via IRC. That might be worth a try,
but of course, investigating and setting that up only makes sense if
enough people would join such a meeting then - this is why I ask for the
I agree, goals are important, and so far, marketing has worked, but we
didn't manage to create a real team feeling, which is something I would
like to work on now, that we have a good basis and the administrative
foundation topics are nearly done.
My primary goals for marketing is indeed to build a marketing network,
so we know who is "wearing the hat", and to have a workflow. I think
that is a very important ground that we then can build upon.
I also think that an agenda should published prior to the meeting so
that marketing members can come to meetings well prepared. This seemed
to work quite well previously.
I agree, for this time, I simply lacked the time to work on this.
Marketing meetings should occur on a regular basis so that people can
familiarize themselves with regular marketing members as well as to help
with team building. Maybe then, the marketing list will see a little
more discussion and completed work items.
I still think that voice calls are still the best way to meet, IRC is
good as complementary tool.
So, shall we try to call out for regular monthly meetings at fixed times
again, with agendas in advance, and try to get those who cannot join the
phone call in via IRC?
What do people think about that?
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