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Monthly PyLadies Meeting Notes: September 11, 2019 #14

lorenanicole opened this issue Aug 13, 2019 · 0 comments


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commented Aug 13, 2019

This template should be used (edited) the month prior and during the meeting. This will ensure we can address all topics added throughout the month; as well as provide minutes and follow up after the meeting is held.

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Meeting Topics

Please add items as needed. If you add a topic please make sure to attend the meeting.

New Business

  • Review RFC and prepare next steps for moving the global board forward
    • Should we start recruiting more global pyladies folks?
  • Review the #9 feedback
  • Can we create Zapier account for PyLadies? So far our bots are all Zapier-powered, but using my (@Mariatta) account. It would be great to have PyLadies' own account. There is 15% non profit discount More discussion captured: #21
  • We need a policy to review logos #22 ! Also, should we trademark the PyLadies face logo? Per this list it isn't trademarked: #22
  • New PyLadies chapter requests (#7):
    • Ognomoso, Nigeria (lautech, Ladoke Akintola University of Technology)
    • Aba. Abia state, Nigeria (abiang)
    • Orange County, USA
    • Jakarta, Indonesia
  • How do we control Slack invites? #21
  • Automation for Slack info #23

Old Business: Follow up items from prior meeting:

  • Language on pyladies website #18
  • Again meeting time ... it's a WIP but we should try to get a hold on this #16
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Action Items and Assignees for Next Meeting

Action Item Owner Relevant links
Draft language for the RFC issue on how to select the board @lorenanicole #24
Draft language for the RFC issue on project pillars @lorenanicole #26
Data analysis on chapter surveys @lorenanicole #25
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