[Baypiggies] ADMIN: Board, meeting organizer, job postings
spmcinerney at hotmail.com
Sat Dec 2 01:31:05 CET 2006
I suggest now is the time to:
- define a small board of officers,
- define their responsibilities
(e.g. organizer, webmaster(s), meeting scheduler, email moderator)
- hold an election as part of the Feb meeting.
Otherwise things will continue to be as before, without a charter and
a formal structure.
Running BayPIGgies is a large task. We seriously need a board of officers.
Thanks Dennis for your strong contribution.
I avoided commenting on the recruiter mail - but I think it proves the need
for a separate 'baypiggies-jobs at python.org' list for those of us (incl. me)
who do not work full-time in Python, and welcome Pythonic job posts.
This would solve that issue for all of us.
>From: Dennis Reinhardt <DennisR at dair.com>
>To: baypiggies at python.org
>Subject: Re: [Baypiggies] ADMIN: Job postings ... and meeting organizer
>Date: Fri, 01 Dec 2006 15:52:35 -0800
>At 09:58 AM 11/29/2006, Guido van Rossum wrote:
> >Sorry, but we hate recruiters here. We have very good reasons.
>I'm sorry too.
>The world looks very much differently to me, now having reached 63 years
>old and being unemployed.
>I have contemplated doing this for a while now and seeing this divergence
>between what I need and the norm here seals my timing: I am resigning from
>arranging future Baypiggies meetings.
>The December meeting is uncertain at this point as 3 out of 4 purported
>speakers have not responded to off list requests and the 4th has responded
>but cannot commit to attending. Marilyn Davis is responsible for the fate
>of the December meeting.
>The January meeting is pretty much setup with a reprised Plone talk with
>emphasis on BayPiggies site.
>The first meeting needing to be set up is Feb. 2007.
>I am open to someone stepping in immediately but no later than necessary to
>arrange our Feb. 2007 meeting.
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