Well, first... the education WG charter should state what the membership
criteria are. As I recall from talking to Carrie Ann, they welcome all.
Second, synchronizing content (and making it user friendly) is a continual
challenge. Definitely this is an area that needs some love.
On 29 May 2016 at 09:38, Jacqueline Kazil <jackieka...@gmail.com> wrote:
> The reason why I asked this is because I am in the educational summit, and
> the speaker encouraged folks to join the working group.
> I was looking at this link: https://www.python.org/psf/committees/, which
> makes it a little more confusing.
> It seems like this page
> https://wiki.python.org/psf/Contents#psf-working-groups & the links off
> of that page seem to explain more.
> Is there a reason why this https://www.python.org/psf/committees/ &
> https://wiki.python.org/psf/Contents#psf-working-groups exists?
> This page https://wiki.python.org/psf/Contents#psf-working-groups is more
> welcoming to newbies who don't understand how things work.
> On Sun, May 29, 2016 at 9:35 AM, Naomi Ceder <naomi.ce...@gmail.com>
>> In the case of the Grants WG, I believe that the charter says members are
>> appointed/approved by the board.
>> On 29 May 2016 at 09:29, M.-A. Lemburg <m...@python.org> wrote:
>>> On 29.05.2016 18:23, Jacqueline Kazil wrote:
>>> > How does someone become a member of a working group?
>>> > (I can't find this information on the website.)
>>> I don't think there's a general purpose answer for this,
>>> except maybe: ask the chair(s) of the WGs ...
>>> Marc-Andre Lemburg
>>> Python Software Foundation
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>> Naomi Ceder
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