[community] [roadmap process] follow up with other teams
alison at libraryfreedomproject.org
Tue Nov 14 23:08:00 UTC 2017
Thank you for this Isa. As I noted earlier in the week, I won't be at
this week's community team meeting because I'll be traveling, but it
would be good to spend some time talking about the roadmap.
Before the meeting, if everyone can review Isa's email below as well as
the current draft of our roadmap:
Take one more opportunity to add anything to the roadmap that is
missing. At the meeting, please discuss the November roadmap tasks
everyone is working on, as well as what is still needed. Create tickets
where necessary and make sure to use the community-need keyword as
applicable. Phoul can fill in on the status of a few of these items,
including the support portal work and the support checkins with other
teams. Anyone interested in working on the grants for GS outreach or
relay operator support can chat with Tommy.
I'll read the backlog once I am settled in Paris!
Library Freedom Project
> Hi Community team!
> This Friday Nov 17 is the when the 'chatting' time ends and we start
> with execution.
> This is just symbolic, of course you will not stop talking with other
> people! But hopefully by this Friday you and the teams who wrote
> questions related to the Community team roadmap, has either addressed
> them and all is good, or made a plan on how to stay in touch as you work
> on stuff.
> I am sending a similar note to all teams.
> I also would like to call your attention to Services and UX Team
> roadmaps that were added to the pad:
> If you have questions for them, there is an section for them at the
> questions pad:
> Finally, below are the questions other teams wrote to Community team,
> please take a look at them and follow up with whatever is necessary:
> Questions/Comments for Community team roadmap:
> [Tor Browser] Do we have a developer feedback item planned like making
> Tor Browser devs aware of the most frequently encountered issues? It
> seems the answer is "no". But if we could think about a way to establish
> a process for that (we tried after Amsterdam) and work on it in the next
> 6 months that would be great I think.
> [Alison: yes we should do this. I'll follow up with your team and the
> network team on creating a schedule for this.]
> [Network] Same question as for Tor Browser team: can we get summary
> feedback from Frontdesk?
> [Alison: see my answer above]
> [Network] We should figure out how to send more people to events in
> South America; Nick has promised Isa he'll go to _something_ next year.
> [Alison: agree -- one of our roadmap items is mapping out conferences
> for various Tor speakers]
> [OONI] Are there active plans to collaborate on GS community outreach
> with OONI (apart from partnerships)?
> [Alison: we can make plans -- we should start with identifying points
> for collaboration. the circumvention stuff on our roadmap seems like one
> obvious place.]
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