[CentOS-devel] Update on stats of SIG plans

Tue Mar 4 20:54:39 UTC 2014
Patrick McGarry <patrick at inktank.com>

Is there a mechanism in place for the public to observe tomorrow's
board meeting?  I'd love to see how the SIG stuff is progressing so
that I am adequately prepared when it comes time to talk about the
Storage SIG with the board.  Thanks.

Best Regards,

Patrick McGarry
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On Fri, Feb 21, 2014 at 8:45 PM, Karanbir Singh <mail-lists at karan.org> wrote:
> hi,
> I am sure people are wondering what the state of the SIG's is at this
> point. And this is a quick recap of stuff from my perspective.
> We have 8 SIG's that are under active consideration and planning.
> Every SIG proposal needs to go via the CentOS Board for inclusion and setup.
> The CentOS Board is starting to get a regular meeting schedule doing,
> and will meet every Wednesday ( minutes for every meeting will be posted
> on the website, Jim is working out the mechanics for that ).
> Starting with the Board meeting of the 5th March, we will consider SIG
> plans, no more than 2 a meeting, at every other board meeting. These
> meetings will be held in public, and the SIG's being considered will be
> notified in advance so they can come and be a part of the conversations
> ( and any followup can happen immediately after the meeting ).
> In the coming days, I will be reaching out to the people who nominated
> themselves to be SIG coordinators, for the SIG's I've offered to help
> sponsor and start working on the proposals. The proposals will be on the
> wiki.centos.org site and I'll try to post updates to this list (
> centos-devel ) so others can chime in and we incorporate wider, public
> viewpoints on the proposal.
> - KB
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