[Wiki Loves Monuments] how to organize communication in 2012

Maarten Dammers maarten at mdammers.nl
Fri Dec 9 12:11:00 UTC 2011

Hi everyone,

We currently have two types of lists:
* This list for everything international
* Local lists for local organization (for example wlm-nl)

This list might be a bit too high traffic for some people, so some 
countries missed important information. We could make a low traffic 
wlm-announce list for important updates/request for information. The 
people who don't want all the chatter can just subscribe to this list. 
This is how the toolserver works with toolserver-l and toolserver-announce.


Op 9-12-2011 11:51, Tomasz Ganicz schreef:
> Please don't :-) wiki is good for colabarative creation of content,
> not for disusions :-)
> 2011/12/9 Yaroslav M. Blanter<putevod at mccme.ru>:
>> On Fri, 9 Dec 2011 10:11:42 +0100, Lodewijk<lodewijk at effeietsanders.org>
>> wrote:
>>> Hi folks,
>>> we should probably revisit the topic of communication for 2012. Do we
>> want
>>> to keep the current structure (one big mailing list and a bunch of stuff
>>> happening in cc-mail) or do we want to move to a tiered structure? My
>>> thoughts:
>>> * A mailing list for the core coordination team - mainly the boring and
>>> confidential stuff. Closed mailing list.
>>> * A mailing list for all organizers world wide - mailing to exchange
>>> thoughts and get people moving when something needs to get done
>> together.
>>> * Mailing lists per country - or whatever works best for you.
>>> Any ideas?
>>> Lodewijk
>> What's about having a Wiki for discussion instead? It is usually more
>> convenient than mailing lists. Then the mailing lists could be only kept
>> for announcements.
>> Cheers
>> Yaroslav
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