Guusbut we should make up our minds if and how we're going to do the Summit, early next year.
GuusI have no other agenda items (but didn't look at Trello)
pep.Any other agenda item?
pep.On trello in the "Items for discussion" there's txxmpp which should be gone?
pep.And "License for website content" which I thought had been handled?
MattJI was under the impression that txxmpp was handled, yes
Guuslast week we agreed to let webteam handle txxmpp, so yeah, that can be gone
pep.Ah apparently not. The newsletter license is fine though, which I remember being the original concern
GuusI'm unsure about the license
pep.Seems to be more or less very loosely assigned to ralph
pep.# Summit 2021
GuusUnsure if this is initially something for board. Maybe we should ask SCAM to kick into action. As I'm also in SCAM...
pep.I guess that should be deferred to SCAM? Since FOSDEM is going online we'd probably do that online as well
pep.If it happens
pep.Which is probably also a SCAM concern?
pep.happy to discuss it here quickly though
GuusI personally feel that an in-person summit won't be an option
pep.I haven't really looked into the next iteration of FOSDEM yet
GuusFOSDEM won't be a physical event either.
pep.Yeah that's all I know. I meant organization-wise
Seve> I personally feel that an in-person summit won't be an option
I have the same feeling
pep.How many people do we expect if the even is online? Do we expect more than usual? (even if there's always a not-so-prioritized feed up)
Guusyour guess is as good as any, I think.
jonas’I’d also note that if we want to do an online event and if we find that we need infrastructure for that, iteam needs to know well in advance
jonas’I’d also note that if we want to do an online event and if we find that we need infrastructure for that (as opposed to piggy-backing on FOSDEM if possible or renting e.g. zoom), iteam needs to know well in advance
Guuslets punt this to SCAM, with a request to come with a proposal or dismissal soon-ish.
pep.Guus, sure. There's supposed to be a monthly SCAM meeting next thursday, let's try to think about it by then
GuusI mainly put it on boards agenda since it was the first one in my calendar, and that I felt we needed to kickstart a discussion.
Guusworks for me pep.
Guusalso works for me 🙂
Guusalthough I'd like to point out that Firstname Lastname neglected to actually fill out the wikipage for their board and council application.
pep.Sending out the minutes in a few
MattJThanks pep. :)
SeveHave a great end of the week everyone!
jonas’I hear that there are folks who have jitsi services accomodating 60 people
jonas’(in the same conference)
jonas’just as a bit of info for a virtual summit
jonas’we could probably use that infrastructure
pep.I'm also not against a BBB tbh. It doesn't exactly have to be jitsi-meet. Whatever works, but free software :)
ZashMumble always worked well for me, if everyone can forego video.
jonas’I think some ability to have a whiteboard would be nice
pep.Even though jitsi-meet and BBB also work without video and it's really mostly people weirdly insisting on it :/
jonas’might be external of course
jonas’I never tried to scale mumble to 20+ people
pep.works fine with way more
pep.Used to use it for WoW raids :x
Shellmumble scales to 40+ people fine, it was (is?) heavily used for WoW raids
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MattJSo the IETF is trialling Matrix and Zulip, but not trialling a modern XMPP setup?
Ge0rGMaybe somebody™ can bribe them by offering a free but commercial-grade XMPP server?