More admins are -definitely- needed all around--for Outreachy and GSoC. In addition to things other people have already mentioned doing (posting announcements, welcoming people, etc), there is administrative work in setting up GSoC and Outreachy participation, picking participants, and generally keeping track of what's going on.
The Outreach team (i.e. people who see outreach@) currently has about 2 people's worth of work getting done, and getting more people involved is a good thing. --- I am personally disinclined to add more tools to process (I have enough trouble keeping track of the tools I'm already using). If this is something people are enthusiastic about, I'd be happy to try something. Can we split this into a new thread if people want to talk about it more? Cheers, M. On 02/19/2018 02:44 PM, Dashamir Hoxha wrote: > On Mon, Feb 19, 2018 at 10:36 AM, Daniel Pocock <dan...@pocock.pro > <mailto:dan...@pocock.pro>> wrote: > > > Who would potentially want to be an admin > > > If more admins are needed, I would volunteer to be one. > Seeing that people with more experience and contributions than me > are reluctant of becoming an admin, probably I don't know > what I am doing to myself. Anyway I am still curious. > > About tools for managing projects, I find GitHub project management > tools quite satisfactory. Maybe Kanban is better, I am not sure, but > probably > it needs to be installed, setup, maintained, etc. which can be a GSoC > project > on its own. If Kanban is part of the standard debian infrastructure > (like mailing lists, > wikis, etc.) we can use it. Otherwise we better stick with GitHub tools > (at least > for this term), which are readily available. > > What do you think, can we give a try to GitHub tools for organization, team, > and project management? > > Dashamir