[chandler-users] "State of the User Community" report for Nov 20-21st OSAF Board Meeting
mimi at osafoundation.org
Fri Oct 31 09:20:34 PDT 2008
Hi Delphine and Andre,
Our next board meeting is scheduled for the 3rd week of November
(20-21st). Perhaps this would be a good first milestone for a "State
of the User Community" report?
On Oct 24, 2008, at 7:49 AM, Mimi Yin wrote:
> Hi Delphine,
> A monthly summary of the activities on the users-list would be a
> great start. Some stats might be good too. We get a good picture
> from the markmail archive:
> # of messages.
> # of posters.
> # of first-time posters would be interesting too.
> # of non-staff responders ;)
> The way we've done summaries in the past is the person who
> summarizes sends a draft to the list asking for feedback and then
> gives everybody about a week to respond.
> Coming up with some stock categories might make the summaries
> easier to pull together. You already started the list, here are
> some more ideas.
> 1. Feedback
> - Bugs (crashes, data integrity issues, etc)
> - Usability problems
> - Wishlist
> 2. How-to questions / discussions.
> 3. Prioritization discussions. We don't do this right now, but as
> the re-arch progresses, I imagine there will be more of this.
> 4. Process discussions? (e.g. this thread on the UAG) Is that what
> you mean by initiatives?
> 5. Stats
> Best, Mimi
> Begin forwarded message:
>> I need to be a little more acquainted with how exactly the board
>> functions, but I could imagine issuing something of a monthly report
>> on progress/feedback/wishes/initiatives etc. to the board as well as
>> make sure the communication goes both ways and the board shares their
>> feedback on that. I am thinking that the monthly report could be
>> developped on the wiki so everyone who has something to say gets to
>> participate, but that we'd develop a frame so that it stays within
>> interesting boundaries.
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