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Create Regular To-Do List #637

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DoESsean opened this Issue Dec 21, 2017 · 1 comment

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DoESsean commented Dec 21, 2017

There are certain things that need doing on a regular basis - for example, watering plants (if we have any that haven't died yet), feeding the hamster (should we get one), emptying the bins, and so on.

We should try and think of as many of these regular jobs as possible, and have them listed somewhere with the frequency they need doing and the ability for anyone to check the list and tick off any jobs that they do. Hopefully the additional visibility would encourage people to help out a little more with the mundane activities that help keep DoES running, and take some pressure off the usual suspects.

If we did have some kind of DoES Karma system, which I believe has been floated in the past, it could tie into that too.

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Given that everything with the DoES Move label will have been completed and closed by the time we've moved, I think the DoES Move label conflicts with the Long Term label :-) So I'm dropping the move ones from it.

There is a place to store those things, on the wiki on the Chores page, but it definitely needs revising/expanding.

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amcewen commented Dec 23, 2017

Given that everything with the DoES Move label will have been completed and closed by the time we've moved, I think the DoES Move label conflicts with the Long Term label :-) So I'm dropping the move ones from it.

There is a place to store those things, on the wiki on the Chores page, but it definitely needs revising/expanding.

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