Monthly Bugzilla Meeting
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Thu Oct 8 13:17:04 UTC 2020
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> On Oct 7, 2020, at 5:49 PM, David Miller <justdave at bugzilla.org> wrote:
> We've been doing a project call on the first Wednesday of every month
> since about 2012 or so. Once upon a time it was a chance for people to
> discuss project issues and talk about bugs they were working on.
> Nowadays it mostly serves as a quick status report, and sometimes (once
> or twice a year) a cool demo. Dylan has been having trouble getting to
> them because of work conflicts, and he's one of the primary contributors
> to meeting content, so if we're going to keep doing them, we really need
> to reschedule it to work at a better time for him.
> Of course, the next question is should we even be doing them? There's
> been probably 2 or 3 meetings per year where I've felt "I'm glad we had
> that meeting" or "that was cool". :) Most of them feel like we're going
> through the motions just to make the meeting happen. So is it worth
> doing them? What communication method would work better for getting
> information out? Emailing this list is probably one (I see this will be
> the first post on this list in a little over a year, wow!).
> FWIW, even the Mozilla Project has dropped having their usual weekly
> meetings on Monday because of lack of participation.
> Dave Miller
> Project Leader
> Bugzilla Project
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