[ubuntu-art] Meeting agenda for Saturday June 17, 16:00 UTC,
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Thu Jun 15 14:20:03 BST 2006
Great work, glad we have a chair :)
I think it is important we have 'Our Remit' (probably very similar to
'Our Goals' in there somewhere near the top. The meeting will be more
directed if we know what the team will be working towards - it ought
to shape lots of the other discussion..
Just a question - I ccd Claire and Mark asking if they could make the
decided date, but I haven't had any response - has anyone else had any
confirmation? I am at work now, but Mark said Claire was contactable
on irc - can someone confirm with her- we really need to get that one
See you all there :)
On 6/15/06, Michiel Sikma <michiel at thingmajig.org> wrote:
> I'll be there. And for good measure...
> Op 15-jun-2006, om 14:32 heeft Pascal Klein het volgende geschreven:
> > Hello all.
> > Please note the following is the agenda for the meeting, Saturday
> > June 17, 16:00 UTC, in #ubuntu-meeting. I will be chairing the
> > meeting to make sure we cover the necessary topics.
> > 1. Leadership: We want to define a reasonable leadership group for
> > the team. As suggested by Mark, which seemed rather agreeable we
> > are going to try and come up with 3 art team leaders and 1 artist-
> > in-chief.
> > - Art team leaders will strive to help solve any problems that
> > cannot be handled between contributors.
> > - The artist-in-chief will have the final say on disputed issues
> > and otherwise guide the team, leading by example, providing help
> > with the technologies we use (ie. launchpad, AUC, ...) and more.
> > The technologies we use (provided people understand the following
> > we can probably skim through this rather quickly):
> > 2. The wiki needs to stay, however:
> > - requires simplification; there are too many pages with little
> > content and otherwise it is very confusing to navigate.
> > - one this is done we want to create some pages which feature some
> > simple guidelines to how we want to operate along with other
> > information about styling and guidelines for the creation of
> > various types of artwork.
> > - of those established pages we want to ask for people not to make
> > large changes without consulting the team as a whole, as it gets
> > quite confusing... :-)
> > 3. Launchpad is great for package and bug management and general
> > organisation for the team. We should make use of it.
> > 4. The Mailing List is our primary method of communnication.
> > 5. IRC. #ubuntu-artwork is for helping each other out,
> > collaboration between people working on similar/the same thing
> > while #ubuntu-meeting will be for our meetings. Please do not make
> > important choices that affect the team in IRC unless of course it's
> > part of a meeting. :)
> > And finally: our goals.
> > Our primary goal is, although extremely simple and quite obvious,
> > something we have not managed to do: get our artwork, created
> > collaboratively into mainstream!
> > We can achieve this if we examine the existing artwork and their
> > styles, locate areas that are lacking in consistent artwork, or
> > artwork in general, prioritise and then collaboratively work to
> > create some rocking artwork for Edgy and beyond!
> > We hope you see you at the meeting.
> > Kind regards,
> > Pascal Klein
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