New volunteers need to be onboarded on a regular basis.Things to share:
- how we do things
- how to use the tools
- introduction to writing styles and style guides
#1 Updated by Olivier Hallot over 2 years ago
Sylvia Sanchez (access to ODFAuthors)
Peter Toye (helpcontent)
#2 Updated by Florian Effenberger about 2 years ago
Can you give another status update on how the volunteer situation developed?
#3 Updated by Olivier Hallot about 2 years ago
Simon Quigley: Assinged a task but I had to (politely) take over because he was not productive. I will assign an easier task later.
Roger Caw: came in and is now gone, the documentation tasks available was not in his expectations
Leo Moons: Showed up in first 2 meetings but he is more concerned into volunteering for flemish (nl-BE) translations
#4 Updated by Florian Effenberger about 2 years ago
Getting more volunteers in should be a priority - this is also part of
the community inolvement discussions we had in the team, as this seems
to be a problem of several communities. Writing all on your own doesn't
scale so well, so getting volunteers in and encouraging people,
spreading the word, doing outreach should be a priority; I assume Mike
Saunders can help from the marketing POV.
#6 Updated by Florian Effenberger over 1 year ago
Can you give a quick status update on the contributor situation, any new supporters on the horizon?
#7 Updated by Olivier Hallot over 1 year ago
Chandanathil P. Geevan