Things to do

Jonathan Duncan jonathan at bluesunhosting.com
Wed Jan 30 14:48:10 MST 2013


On 30 Jan 2013, at 14:32, Robert Fleming wrote:

> I noticed a message a week or so ago.  The message was what to do at the next meeting.  I think one issue is that there is no real drive at finding topics that people are interested in.  Something that I think would change this is to get together a list of ideas of things to do as a group and keep it updated.  
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> For instance we all like to build applications, software, systems, or services.  Why not take this and build a platform with a purpose behind it.  See a need, fill a need. 
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> I think the problem is that most of us go to the meetings, do the talks, but never go out and do anything with it.  They never get outside of the confines of the meeting.
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> There needs to be contribution. 
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> *snip*
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> There was a thread several months earlier on why the group was lagging, and I think its a similar thing.  It's not the venue or the communication methods.  It's the involvement.
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> Thats my two bits. 


Sounds logical and reasonable to me.  The second step would be to help convince people that they actually do have the time and other resources to be involved.


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