[tor-project] Notes from April 7 2016 Vegas team meeting
karsten at torproject.org
Fri Apr 8 17:45:48 UTC 2016
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On 08/04/16 18:00, Damian Johnson wrote:
> Thanks for writing this Karsten! Great read as always.
Great to hear that you enjoyed reading them. But I want to make it
clear that Roger did most of the work here by writing these notes
during the meeting. I just took care of cleaning them up a tiny bit
and sending them to the list.
>> 2) When writing my monthly report for March, I noticed that not
>> many people are still writing those these days...
> For what it's worth this is something I've mentioned a few times
> over the months.
> 12:27 < atagar> Once upon a time a monthly update to tor-reports@
> was mandatory for all paid folks. For several months though many
> folks have been missing. Andrew was enforcing this rule so it might
> have gone with him but personally I thought it was a good one.
> Personally I'd like to see them more. I'm curious what folks are
> up to, especially if they're funded.
Agreed. We were already past the 60-minute meeting time and we lost
Shari due to networking problems. I think we're going to discuss this
topic again next week.
>> 2) We need to restructure the network team so that we don't have
>> a situation where everybody else's job is "the problem I'm most
>> interested in!" and Nick's job is "whatever nobody else was
>> excited to do." It will take a while; ***Isabela is helping.
> This sounds a little odd. For volunteers of course "the problem
> I'm most interested in!" is exactly what they should be doing. As
> for funded folks though they have deliverables. Is the concern that
> funded folks aren't working on those deliverables, or that the
> deliverables don't match "whatever nobody else was excited to
I'm afraid I can't comment on this one. But maybe Nick reads this and
has more thoughts to share.
All the best,
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