[Rack] I humbly request the creation of a new "Consensus" mailing list.
jareddunne at gmail.com
Sat Feb 12 13:40:39 PST 2011
Thanks for that.
We'll table it for now and discuss at next meeting if people would prefer a
separate list or they are fine digging through nb-discuss for messages
related to the meetups to discuss the Consensus process.
If we do request such a list down the road, I'd prefer it to be mailman
(rather than Google groups) to decrease the barrier to join it. I suspect a
name other than simply Consensus would be a good idea based on the confusion
factor we've discussed on this thread.
On Sat, Feb 12, 2011 at 1:00 PM, Jonathan Lassoff <jof at thejof.com> wrote:
> On Sat, Feb 12, 2011 at 12:36 PM, Jared Dunne <jareddunne at gmail.com>
> > Fair enough. We can keep those conversations on the main discuss list
> > unless it seems to be creating a problem of too much noise for
> > nb-discuss subscribers.
> > Request withdrawn.
> > A question though, then what is the logic for having a separate 'build'
> > lists? Building out the space surely affects all of the NB community,
> > there is a list for those interested specifically for that topic.
> > note could be made for this 'rack' list. What is the litmus test for
> when a
> > new list should be created?
> In my experience, requests for lists have come up when a group of
> people sharing the same interests has come together and wishes to make
> a little corner for themselves to converse without having to deal with
> the volume of mail that a subscription to noisebridge-discuss can
> With that in mind, I think the idea of having a list to discuss the
> consensus *process* and other forms of governance makes sense.
> However, I think calling a list "consensus" has the potential to
> confuse people that haven't been privy to this thread to think that
> perhaps it is supposed to be used to discuss items that are up for the
> Noisebridge group to consense upon.
> That said, if you still want to have a group get together to discuss
> these things, there's no reason that you *need* to have a mailinglist
> on lists.noisebridge.net for this purpose. Google Groups
> (https://groups.google.com/) is totally free.
> Just my two cents. I'm not speaking on behalf of Noisebridge.
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