On 2018-10-13 23:29:46 +0200 (+0200), Mohammed Naser wrote: > I was going over our governance documents, more specifically this > section: > > "All project meetings are held in public IRC channels and > recorded." > > Does this mean that all official projects are *required* to hold > their project meetings over IRC?
If an official project team holds a regular official team meeting, then it needs to be in a public IRC channel with published logs (either the channel log or a log specific to the meeting). > Is this a hard requirement or is this something that we're a bit > more 'lax about? [...] We've not generally required this of auxiliary meetings for official teams. Sub-team meetings and unofficial/ad-hoc team discussions over conference call or video chat media have been tolerated in the past. But for an official team meeting (if the team regularly holds one) we've stuck to the quoted expectation as a requirement as far as I'm aware. -- Jeremy Stanley
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