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[all][tc] Formalizing cross-project pop-up teams



> On 2019. Feb 11., at 23:26, Adam Spiers <aspiers at suse.com> wrote:
> [snipâ?¦]
> 
>> To help with all this I would start the experiment with wiki pages
>> and etherpads as these are all materials you can point to without too
>> much formality to follow so the goals, drivers, supporters and
>> progress are visible to everyone whoâ??s interested and to the TC to
>> follow-up on.
>> 
>> Do we expect an approval process to help with or even drive either of
>> the crucial steps I listed above?
> 
> I'm not sure if it would help.  But I agree that visibility is
> important, and by extension also discoverability.  To that end I think
> it would be worth hosting a central list of popup initiatives
> somewhere which links to the available materials for each initiative.
> Maybe it doesn't matter too much whether that central list is simply a
> wiki page or a static web page managed by Gerrit under a governance
> repo or similar.

I would start with a wiki page as it stores history as well and itâ??s easier to edit. Later on if we feel the need to be more formal we can move to a static web page and use Gerrit.

Thanks,
Ildikó