Le 2010-10-22 12:29, André Schnabel a écrit :
Am 22.10.2010 15:56, schrieb Marc Paré:
I am in total agreement with these statements. The process was somehow
not well organized. Still, we managed to discuss it. We need to organise
these kind of thing a little formally as well as strategically next
time. This will ensure better results.
For sure - next time there will be more time for strategies. I'd suggest
to discuss what the next strategical topics might be for the website
( Imo communites like ours should be self-regulating 99% of the time -
there should be only very few circumstances where "regulation from top"
Thanks for the note André. I am still trying to get the feel for how the
hierarchy works at LibO.
I have been taking part/lurking in many mailists and threads and one of
my concerns are that, as we found here, there has been no real formal
structure setup for the group membership. Voting on the CMS matter was
there rendered ineffective.
May I suggest that the SC send out a call to all important
groups/discussion topics that they now formalise their membership ranks
through the Wiki?
For example, members who have a passionate interest in a group,
website/marketing/UI/Logo/ etc (note that the SC would have to identify
the categories) should be called on to register their ID's on the Wiki
and start a Wiki page for their section with a link back to their
members. The membership would be reviewed from time to time to cull the
This would be a great first step as this would clearly identify the
members interested and active on their respective teams. These members
should then elect a spokesperson for their group.
This will make for more effective and focussed discussions. Membership
voting is then rendered possible where needed and if a general
"consensus" from the general membership vote is needed this is also
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