How does everyone feel about January 2010 meetings every Thursday from 7-9PM based on the timezone that you are in.
These meetings would take place on the 7th, 14th, 21st, 28th.
If we could have moderators coordinate the discussion between 2-8 hours perhaps this would help bring about some workflow.
I think we should plan the agenda for each meeting a week ahead of time. We can work the next two weeks in brainstorming agendas and topics that will be important for us to discuss development process.
I thought the first few meetings this month could start with brief introductions from the attendees followed by a specific topic.
Some possible topics could be:
What to expect from the next release?
How are we going to develop the next release?
Who will primarily be working on the next release?
What roles are needed to make this release successful?
When do we want the next release available?
What version of Fedora will the next released be based on?
Where are we going to host the next release?
Is blag dead or alive?
What will define the next version of blag compared to its predecessors?
What is the status of the website/wiki
Add what you think is necessary. In the next week perhaps we can start refining a list of topics? Also, if people need help installing/configuring an IRC client(i.e X-Chat) we can use the time to get members educated about how to do this, but please read the BLAG IRC Channel first. There is a good amount of documentation there to do this.
Perhaps other time can be dedicated during the month to have tutorials and other discussions if people want to get together based on time zones to meet others and discuss other related topics.
Thanks for your time
P.S. If you need a visual map of your timezone, you can use http://www.worldtimezone.com/