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== On decision panels and procedures ==
 
== On decision panels and procedures ==
 
This seems to be the first SL decision panel, so we don't get to rely on precedent.
 
This seems to be the first SL decision panel, so we don't get to rely on precedent.
 
I had to reread [[Sugar Labs/Governance#Decision Panels]].
 
I had to reread [[Sugar Labs/Governance#Decision Panels]].
  
We are expected to solicit community input, discuss (in private if necessary), reach a conclusion internally, and produce a report documenting it.  Anyone may submit advice to the panel.   
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We are expected to solicit community input, discuss (in private if necessary), reach a conclusion internally, and produce a report documenting it.  Anyone may submit advice to the panel.  It was recommended after the meeting that we reach a conclusion in two weeks.
  
 
Do we need any new communications tools or lists for this?  Here is my proposal:   
 
Do we need any new communications tools or lists for this?  Here is my proposal:   

Latest revision as of 18:37, 26 September 2009

On decision panels and procedures

This seems to be the first SL decision panel, so we don't get to rely on precedent. I had to reread Sugar Labs/Governance#Decision Panels.

We are expected to solicit community input, discuss (in private if necessary), reach a conclusion internally, and produce a report documenting it. Anyone may submit advice to the panel. It was recommended after the meeting that we reach a conclusion in two weeks.

Do we need any new communications tools or lists for this? Here is my proposal:

  1. we carry out a discussion directly on the sugar list, with a subject tag such as '[SOAS DP]'
  2. 1-2 people volunteer to moderate the public discussion, asking people to chime in (or take side-discussions to separate threads) as needed.
  3. we gather people's ideas, needs, and suggestions (including Bemasc's list of 5 conclusions), and record progress reaching conclusions about the four points above, on the SL wiki
  4. 1-2 people volunteer to edit these conclusions into a thorough report, also on that wiki
  5. we approve the final report (hopefully by consensus) and submit it to the SLOB


Please comment, revise, or suggest better ways to work! +sj + 22:35, 26 September 2009 (UTC)