> On Fri, Feb 07, 2020 at 11:38:19PM +0000, Seth Arnold wrote:
> > Can we replace the meeting with something else entirely, something that
> > fits better into the schedules of distributed, busy, people?
> Absolutely. The DMB can change how they process applications as they
> There has been talk changing the schedule. I have always suggested that
> the board members who have difficulty attending the current meetings
> should drive that, as any change is pointless unless it actually helps
> the regular absentees attend more often. Unfortunately this never
> Perhaps one process change could be that one of the newly elected DMB's
> first tasks is to decide and ratify the meeting schedule, to ensure it
> is suitable for them.
This is actually how it's done in Fedora. When a new group of members
is elected, the first order of business is determining what is the
best time for *that* group of members. Every FESCo, FPC, Council, etc.
group winds up refreshing their meeting times on the first meeting
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