[Wiki Loves Monuments] how to organize communication in 2012
Santiago Navarro Sanz
wikimillars at hotmail.com
Fri Dec 9 12:26:36 UTC 2011
I think that three lists (one global, one with less trafccic, and one per country) could be useful. But I don't put a limit of people from each contry. People who don't want to recieve so much information could add themselve to the list with less traffic, but only if they want. As an option.
Spain had already a list for this country last year, and I think that it could be use also this one.
Santi (aka Millars)
> Date: Fri, 9 Dec 2011 13:11:00 +0100
> From: maarten at mdammers.nl
> To: wikilovesmonuments at lists.wikimedia.org
> Subject: Re: [Wiki Loves Monuments] how to organize communication in 2012
> 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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