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Re: Thoughts regarding organization
> <QUOTE http://www.independence.seul.org/developers/Non_programming.shtml>
> This is something I am a complete disaster for it. Managing people, setting a CVS if needed, ensuring we are mirrorred not only would be better done than by me but would allow me to concentrate on other tasks
> Jean (and the rest of you :), how about splitting the work into independent groups with independent lists? This might give people a better chance to choose in which area of work they want to contribute. After all, we only have one list which distributes all sorts of material - a lot of it does not concern the majority (an example: me and C programming ;).
I think it would be a good idea defining domains and manage the
recruiting form sends the data of the candidate to the person who
manages the group. Splitting the lsit should be a thing to be asked
by the group manager as soon as he gets some people to participate
> I remember suggesting a www group who's sole task should be the indy web site. Maybe it's time to resurrect this idea (and expand the concept)?
> We should also consider the idea of creating official country representatives to promote Independence in all countries.
Today we are too small for that but we can rethink about this if we
become a little bigger.
Jean Francois Martinez
Project Independence: Linux for the Masses