On Wednesday 04 of August 2010, DenverD wrote:
Andreas Jaeger wrote:
On Wednesday 04 August 2010 15:18:45 DenverD wrote:
but, if three means is too much duplication, you could just drop it off of either the mail list or news.o.o. as you add the forums..
Not duplication - it's extra effort to do it, we should make it as easy as possible to setup meetings.
or, if duplication is really a problem, just send it to news.o.o and let all read it there...
mail list followers do usually have at least lynx or links, right? "links news.opensuse.org" works perfect here! :-)
oh, i see i did misunderstand, and now i counter propose to announce it *First time* and for *special meetings* on http://forums.opensuse.org/english/news/announcements/ and add it to the event calendar on news.o.o every time..
and drop it off the mail list if three places is too many places to allow it to still be "as easy as possible to set up meetings"..
I think you're missing an important point. The KDE meeting is primarily for the KDE team, and the mailing list and IRC are the primary discussion channels for the KDE team (and this is similar for at least some of the other meetings). Therefore it is the mailing list which is the primary place to send announcements about meetings, and news.o.o calendar is a global place where to have all meetings. Announcing KDE team meeting (or other team meetings) on forums is an extra, and one that doesn't seem to bring much value - if somebody is not willing to join the primary communication channels, how big chance is there they will join the meeting and contribute? So, I think I've missed an important detail - why is it again that we should do the extra effort of posting the announcements also to the forums? If it's automatic, fine, but right now it's not. -- Lubos Lunak openSUSE Boosters team, KDE developer email@example.com , firstname.lastname@example.org -- To unsubscribe, e-mail: email@example.com For additional commands, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org