[tor-dev] Help me guague how full your plate is via regular check-in conversations

Tom Lowenthal me at tomlowenthal.com
Tue Oct 29 18:30:24 UTC 2013

Hello fighters for freedom,

When applying for grants, planning future work, and otherwise thinking
about what capacity we have leftover to do things in the future, it's
really useful to know who's doing what and how much of it. I get some
of this information from our sponsor/project-specific meetings, but it
doesn't seem to be the full picture, so I'd like to trot out that old
chestnut of regular one-on-one chats.

This means that I'd like to spend between thirty and sixty minutes
talking with each of you, once every week or two. I'd like to
calibrate the frequency so that we can get calls down to 30 minutes
each, with room to kvetch and have a conversation that's a little more
than just rattling off deliverable status and time assignments.

I think that the right group for this is the folks who post to
tor-reports. If you post to tor-reports, please get back to me by the
end of the week with your availability for a regular weekly check-in,
as well as any thoughts you have about medium, format, or anything
else. If you're not currently on tor-reports and think you should
check in, or vice versa, you should probably drop me a line too.

Any questions or suggestions?


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