[volunteers] Report on various things
echerlin at gmail.com
Tue Jan 29 10:03:38 PST 2008
On Jan 29, 2008 8:54 AM, Lisa <svlug at flygirl.com> wrote:
> I noticed that I wasn't mentioned in Rick's report --- no offense taken,
> I haven't done much of significance recently, mainly due to the fact
> that I didn't see much point in doing much, not knowing what might or
> might not be *undone* at any moment.
Thank you for taking up Rick's invitation to other volunteers to tell
us what is, could be, or should be up with them. Whether or not that's
why you did it.
> Anyhow, I think we should do something similar to what we did before,
> but we (as an organization) never followed through with the action items.
> About a year ago (perhaps more) we had a dinner meeting at Black Angus
> and came up with what I thought was a decent plan/schedule for improving
> the web/mailing-list systems.
Can you provide a link to that plan? Or if not, then a summary of the
> I believe, as do most, that the current
> system, be it for software or hardware reasons, is somewhat outdated and
> a little "flakey."
A nicely mild description.
> While it might be possible to repair it, and that
> might be one of the items discussed, most of us believe that it is time
> to replace it --- although the old machine might still serve a useful
> function with some updating and "tweeking,"
Rick did note this, and gave us his take on what to do.
> Anyhow, if people are up for this, I am willing and interested to be
> In fact, depending on what we (as an organization) decide
> officer-wise on Tuesday, I am more that willing to take a lot of the
> web-officer duties off Rick's back and allow him to focus on the mailing
> list, and anything else he'd be more needed to do.
> Anyhow, we can discuss this on-list, or at the meeting,
I would have thought that it doesn't depend on who gets elected, so
> but, if there is
> interest in doing something along the lines of what I said here, it
> might make sense to revive the "web-team" mailing list. :-)
I don't know enough to comment on that.
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