Re: [PSF-Community] PSF working groups - how to become a member

2016-05-29 Thread M.-A. Lemburg
On 29.05.2016 18:38, Jacqueline Kazil wrote: > 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

Re: [PSF-Community] board candidates: tell me about transparency

2016-05-29 Thread Matthew Dixon Cowles
Please correct me if I get any quoting below wrong, it seems to have come through a bit confused. [Steve Holden] > For Heaven's sake. We elect a board to look after these issues. You > can't expect to second-guess every deliberation. If you want to do > that, stand for the board. [Karl Karsten]

Re: [PSF-Community] PSF working groups - how to become a member

2016-05-29 Thread Naomi Ceder
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 wrote: > On 29.05.2016 18:23, Jacqueline Kazil wrote: > > How does someone become a member of a working group? > > (I can't find

Re: [PSF-Community] PSF working groups - how to become a member

2016-05-29 Thread Jacqueline Kazil
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

Re: [PSF-Community] PSF working groups - how to become a member

2016-05-29 Thread Jacqueline Kazil
/me tries to gently close the can of worms and realizes it is too late. Worms are everywhere. What is the difference between? https://www.python.org/ & https://wiki.python.org/ ^^ should one set of pages be redirected? On Sun, May 29, 2016 at 9:42 AM,

[PSF-Community] board candidates: tell me about transparency

2016-05-29 Thread Carl Karsten
"The psf-board-public mailing list, which is used for board discussions which are not legally or otherwise sensitive, allowing them to be shared with the wider PSF membership." - https://wiki.python.org/psf/Info%20for%20new%20PSF%20members That does not seem accurate, and I consider it a problem.