Minutes of the GNOME Board Meeting January 29 2002
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Subject: Minutes of the GNOME Board meeting January 29 2002
From: Daniel Veillard
Minutes of the GNOME Board meeting January 29 2002
Nat Friedman (chairing)
Daniel Veillard (minutes)
Miguel de Icaza
- Confirmation of GUADEC3 April 4-6 2002 Sevilla, book
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ACTION: Tim to get the membership logos on the foundation
page => Done
ACTION: Jonathan to draft a possible official answer to
the Uk Gov Talk request for comment on the use of open
source software within the UK government. => it seems the
existing list is good enough and we don't really need to
get a formal suggestion, Skipped/Done
ACTION: Tim, Daniel and Miguel will make sure taht we have
the basic informations left to be able to officially
announce Guadec3 next week and secure logistic for the
Advisory Meeting => Done, we are ready it seems.
ACTION: Tim, John and Havoc to get a draft statement on
the relation with the free software foundation and license
policy. => Tim and Havoc have started, pending
ACTION: Jim to restart the font discussions with various
parties => meeting scheduled this week with some of the
font, in progress
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, other work need to be
ACTION: Havoc to update the main page www.gnome.org, we
need a link to the Gnome-2 effort and need some cleanup.
ACTION: Miguel to anmounce Guadec3 to the Gnome community.
ACTION: Jody collect a list of communities we should
contact to get them at GUADEC3
ACTION: Nat to talk to Havoc to get a discussion about
rules w.r.t. backward compatibility rules in the 2.x time.
- approve last meeting minutes:
- change the call to be half an hour earlier
Nearly 50 paper proposal
Specific papers suggestions:
StarOffice and Gnome
We have some funding but not as much as last year
As usual the earliest one learn about the travel need the
cheapest are the tickets.
Thing seems to move along relatively smoothly
We are still in Alpha quality, but all core packages are
now packages and redistributable. The large application
may take multiple months to port:
It seems Glade port needs attention to make sure it get's
ready in time for apps to be ported.
- the chair noted that specific items should be discussed
off-line in the committees to avoid taking board meetings
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