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Minutes 23rd of October 2020
3 rules of communication
- everyone use their favorite channel of communication
- every decision made are first shared to MLs & then stored on the Wiki at some point.
Some reasonable delay should be tolerated.
- MLs will be used on a regular basis to keep contributors & others in the loop.
Ivo's proposal to add to the documentation
Need to add clear guidelines catering to professional or more generally *conservative*
users -- typically corporate -- to keep their workflow afloat pre- , during and after
*migrating* from SLES to Leap.
Need to chart the most useful repositories for professional users.
1) Docs proper
Every section of the docs has 1 maintainer; everyone can move throughout sections freely.
Need to make explicit how we approve and peer-review every step along the way.
Need to decide for a platform -- static doc generators seem to fit the bill.
Need to have to make sure who takes responsibility of the 3 sections (before, during,
Job => Make sure no one is left behind, takes minutes in meetings and tries to keep the
mailing list people in the loop, keep tabs on who does what, etc.
3) Pressing Issues
Job => Mobilize search & data aggregation tools (oS Heroes may grant access to
Elastic Search). Consolidate data about the pressing issues.
Attila volunteers for 2 and 3.
- Ivo, Emmanuel
- They will work on a script they will share on the wiki.
1) explain the differences between the distros & differences with Debian-based
2) Yast & openSUSE specifics, especially YaST
3) Plasma "tips & tricks": power-user workflows, widgets, tiling features,
exposé-like features, mult-desktops / multi-monitors
They will get in touch with the marketing department, seeking for help and syncing up for
They will share their exact needs.
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