Minutes of the GNOME Board meeting, December 18 2001
Dec 20, 2001, 18:53 (1 Talkback[s])
From: Daniel Veillard
Subject: Minutes of the GNOME Board meeting December 18 2001
Date: 20 Dec 2001 09:30:17 -0500
Minutes of the GNOME Board meeting December 18 2001
Havoc Pennington (chairing)
Daniel Veillard (minutes)
Miguel de Icaza
George Lebl (0:15)
ACTION: Havoc to write a paragraph on what GNOME-2 release is expected to be
=> Done, but some discussions with the Release and Marketing
team needed, action taken by Tim
ACTION: Tim to get the membership logos on the foundation page
=> in progress still waiting for some permissions
ACTION: Tim, John and Havoc to get a draft statement on the relation
with the free software and license policy.
=> Tim and Havoc will do this
ACTION: Tim to work on the Trademark registration for "GNOME" and the foot.
=> in progress, the lawyers are working on this
ACTION: Jim to restart the font discussions with various parties
=> in progress
ACTION: Nat to solve the arrangement for the teleconferences
=> no answer from John, pending
ACTION: Nat and Jonathan talk to gnome-sysadmin about adding ssh
tunneling for GNOME CVS access
=> A description has been sent, waiting for a reply
ACTION: Tim to organize a call with Nat, Tim, Leslie and Jeff Waugh to
finalize the description.
- approve last meeting minutes:
The people present on the last board meeting think they are accurate.
A subgroup from the Team with Tim, Miguel, Daniel and Dan will help on
the organization of GUADEC3
A basic web site is being built.
They already have GNOME tutorials ready in Spanish.
The subgroup will try to arrange the Advisory Board meeting at the same time.
3 axis should be selected as the Conference main topics, the board
grew up a preliminary list of candidates:
- The GNOME 2.x platform
- API stabilization
- The next big step after GNOME-2.0
- Interoperability between apps
- Next call Thurday the 3rd January 4pm GMT
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