[Noisebridge-board] Registering #noisebridge as an official channel
rachel at xtreme.com
Fri Mar 26 14:51:29 PDT 2010
This strikes me as the kind of action the board should *NOT* take on its
own initiative, but only at the direction of the membership. I don't
think the membership has come to a clear consensus on how to handle IRC
but there might be one lurking there with more discussion. I'll add to
the list noise about that; let's all try to talk to people generally
about it and see what they say.
Ani Niow wrote:
> Well board members, what say you? I'm happy to help draft a letter and
> even put forth some $$ in order to get this done. Though I do imagine
> the people chosen as the channel owners may be a consensus item for a
> near future meeting. It's clear we need to do something about this and
> now is as good as time as ever.
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> On 3/26/10 1:19 PM, Ani Niow wrote:
>> It seems like you know a bit more about the processes with Freenode
>> than I do, would you have any suggestions beyond what you've said
>> already to help secure the channel with owners that actually care
>> about it?
> Yes. The NB board should write an official letter to the Freenode
> board, in which they:
> a) identify themselves
> b) identify 3 individuals to be channel owners
> c) explain the current #noisebridge channel situation and Jake's absence
> d) request that the #noisebridge channel be assigned to these 3 people
> and registered as an official channel
> Given that Freenode is an overworked non-profit, I would also suggest
> that we make a small donation (like $40 or $50) towards its maintenance
> since we'll be using *their* time.
> Also, note that the matter will probably wait until the next Freenode
> monthly board meeting to resolve. There's been too many issues over
> channel hijacking for them to risk rushing a resolution.
> -- Josh Berkus
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