On Mon 28 May 2012 11:53, Allan Day allanp...@gmail.com writes:
I would personally like to see the board be a more proactive
organization, where the needs of the GNOME project are discussed, and
initiatives intended to benefit it are instigated and managed. I'd
like there be less 'we need
On Fri 09 Mar 2012 11:39, Bastien Nocera had...@hadess.net writes:
The GNOME Foundation is a US not-for-profit entity. We do not have any
legal existence in the EU or the EEA, and thus cannot hold a bank
account in the EU.
I wonder if setting up a GNOME Foundation.eu wouldn't be a bad
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A point of clarification:
On Wed 14 Dec 2011 04:42, Brian Cameron brian.came...@oracle.com writes:
3. The GNOME community has been having trouble finding volunteers to
help make events successful lately.
You mention that we had a problem with this in the last Desktop Summit.
On Mon 23 May 2011 02:00, Ryan Lortie de...@desrt.ca writes:
For a while the foundation board has largely taken a hands-off approach
when it comes to technical decisions. In my opinion this has allowed a
number of problems to develop.
Can you mention some examples?
Thanks for your answers. They were thoughtful, as you are.
On Mon 23 May 2011 22:38, Ryan Lortie de...@desrt.ca writes:
More generally, though, during the last cycle I've heard a lot of talk
from many different people about many decisions that seemed to be made
in an opaque way.
On Wed 08 Dec 2010 10:00, Murray Cumming murr...@murrayc.com writes:
If we ever try to sell nuts then we may have a problem.
Presumably we may however offer nuts at an event, though without perhaps
labelling them as GNOME nuts.
We may feel free to label the attendees as such though, as it is a
On Wed 27 Jan 2010 12:08, Dave Neary dne...@gnome.org writes:
And Andy, for 2010, it's probably not too late, if you get a request in
quick :) The only thing is that adding extra space for the week would
probably have an impact on the budget at this stage, which we'd have to
On Tue 26 Jan 2010 15:07, Dave Neary dne...@gnome.org writes:
Andy Wingo wrote:
So inspired by Vincent's recent mail, let this be a mini-proposal for
GHM co-location with the 2011 GUADEC. The ideal needs would be one
smallish (40-50 people) room for three days. GHM events
On Tue 26 Jan 2010 21:07, Alberto Ruiz ar...@gnome.org writes:
2010/1/26 Andy Wingo wi...@pobox.com:
[Dave Neary wrote]
If GUADEC and Akademy colocate again in 2011, do you think that might
have an impact on the GHM?
It would probably make it more awesome! There are a number
At November's GNU Hackers Meeting in Gothenburg, there was some interest
expressed in increasing communication between GNU hackers and GNOME
hackers. Co-locating a GNU Hackers Meeting with GUADEC would be a great
way to do this.
GHM events have in the past been pretty small -- about 25
On Fri 11 Dec 2009 16:37, Lefty (石鏡 ) le...@shugendo.org writes:
On 12/11/09 7:12 AM, Richard Stallman r...@gnu.org wrote:
The most minimal support for the free software movement is
to refrain from going directly against it; that is, to avoid
presenting proprietary software as
On Wed 25 Nov 2009 13:48, Lucas Rocha luc...@gnome.org writes:
In the context of GNOME Foundation, it's really hard to argue about
how we expect our members to behave if there is no official guidelines
that members are supposed to comply with. The GNOME Code of Conduct
On Wed 25 Nov 2009 23:19, Behdad Esfahbod beh...@behdad.org writes:
On 11/25/2009 05:13 PM, Andy Wingo wrote:
It's only IRC and DDL that are really the outliers, it seems, and there
there is enough social pressure, combined with ignore/kill lists, that I
don't really see all
On Thu 11 Dec 2008 07:11, Luis Villa l...@tieguy.org writes:
I've posted the minutes of the last four meetings to
Excellent, thanks. May I ask that they also be mailed out to the list,
both these ones and the future ones. That way they
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