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=== Next meeting===
 
=== Next meeting===
  
Friday, 2018-06-01 at 20 UTC
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* Wednesday, 2020-11-25 at 20:00 UTC, (per agreed motion 2020-06, "meet every two weeks"),
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* on Jitsi
  
Email slobs at lists dot sugarlabs dot org to propose a topic queue to be brought up.
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==== Agenda items ====
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Current draft is published at https://wiki.sugarlabs.org/go/Oversight_Board/Meeting_Minutes-2020-09-30 (which will later become the minutes for the meeting).
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Our agenda is typically negotiated as first item of business in the meeting. Add topics by either;
  
==== Agenda items ====
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* write to sugar-devel and slobs at lists dot sugarlabs dot org (the most transparent method), or;
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* write to slobs at lists dot sugarlabs dot org (a transparent method), or;
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* write to a member of the oversight board (a non-transparent method).
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* editing the wiki page for the agenda yourself (before the meeting).
  
Please contact an oversight-board member to add topics to be considered for the meeting.
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Standing agenda items;
  
* GSoC 2018 status
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* pending motions from e-mail,
* Discussion of 2018 goals
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* reports from project representative (Conservancy liaison),
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* reports from Ombudsman,
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* reports from project teams, e.g. administrators of Google Code-in or Google Summer of Code,
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* discussion of goals,

Latest revision as of 15:56, 11 November 2020

Next meeting

  • Wednesday, 2020-11-25 at 20:00 UTC, (per agreed motion 2020-06, "meet every two weeks"),
  • on Jitsi

Agenda items

Current draft is published at https://wiki.sugarlabs.org/go/Oversight_Board/Meeting_Minutes-2020-09-30 (which will later become the minutes for the meeting).

Our agenda is typically negotiated as first item of business in the meeting. Add topics by either;

  • write to sugar-devel and slobs at lists dot sugarlabs dot org (the most transparent method), or;
  • write to slobs at lists dot sugarlabs dot org (a transparent method), or;
  • write to a member of the oversight board (a non-transparent method).
  • editing the wiki page for the agenda yourself (before the meeting).

Standing agenda items;

  • pending motions from e-mail,
  • reports from project representative (Conservancy liaison),
  • reports from Ombudsman,
  • reports from project teams, e.g. administrators of Google Code-in or Google Summer of Code,
  • discussion of goals,