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Open RFC Meeting - Wednesday, Sept 4th @ 12:00pm EST #49

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darcyclarke opened this issue Sep 3, 2019 · 5 comments
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Open RFC Meeting - Wednesday, Sept 4th @ 12:00pm EST #49

darcyclarke opened this issue Sep 3, 2019 · 5 comments

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@darcyclarke darcyclarke commented Sep 3, 2019

Hi folks!

We've been considering better ways to interact with the community to ensure that there is movement on the important issues/ideas that are being brought up here. We've landed on trying out a bi-weekly, potentially monthly, meeting that is open to anyone that would like to attend.

Similar to the Node & OpenJS foundation WG meetings, we'll be looking to source our agenda from existing issues & open PRs from this repository. Going forward, the agenda should be posted a week before the meeting to give everyone time to suggest talking points & express interest on attending.

Does this change the RFC Process?

This meeting does not change the existing RFC process or ratification criteria.

When will this take place?

The first meeting will be taking place on: Wednesday, September 4th @ 12:00pm EST

What is on the agenda?

This agenda is based on the current open issues/PRs. Feel free to comment if you'd like a topic to be added:

  • #43 Peer dependencies installation
  • #47 Unlisted dependency support
  • #48 Link .hook scripts
  • #27 Package overrides
  • #36 Script-shell config
  • #1 Display package size information postinstall
  • sustainability & support drafts

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Join Zoom Meeting
https://npm.zoom.us/j/584504445

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Meeting ID: 584 504 445
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@wesleytodd wesleytodd commented Sep 4, 2019

What is the plan for length of this meeting? This seems like a very long agenda for a single hour. Is this planned to be the first of many meetings to discuss these RFC's?

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@darcyclarke darcyclarke commented Sep 4, 2019

@wesleytodd meeting is currently scheduled for an hour & we can discuss cadence toward the end based on what we can get through. The current intent is a monthly meeting but that could change if we think there's enough discourse to facilitate a bi-weekly.

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@darcyclarke darcyclarke commented Sep 4, 2019

Thank you to everyone that joined today! ❤️ We're looking forward to making this a regular call & it's great to see early support of that.

For reference, here is the link to the Meeting Notes (now read-only). You can follow up to any discussion by creating an issue in this repo &/or commenting on the specific RFC PR.

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@feross feross commented Sep 6, 2019

Bummed I missed this. When is the next meeting?

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@darcyclarke darcyclarke commented Sep 20, 2019

@feross we'll try to have a more timely cadence going forward. The next meeting is currently scheduled for Wednesday October 2nd @ 1:00pm ET

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