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3 Jan 2005, AOL Instant Messenger chat

  • Spring_2005_Strategy_Paper
    • Organization of strategy paper
      • We should use the system suggested by Gavin on Talk:Spring_2005_Strategy_Paper
        • One-time national concerns
        • Ongoing national concerns
        • Campaigns
        • Suggestions for locals
          • Some say this doesn't belong in the strategy paper, but rather in a separate running list of suggestions. Some say if there's national coordination, they do belong in the strategy paper. This was not resolved in the chat.
    • External contacts
      • We settled on establishing relationships with three groups at this time
        • EFF (liasons: Andy and Nelson)
        • CC (Steve and Arthur)
        • PK (Nelson and "David Chudzicki from Swat"? Has this been resolved?)
        • Mozilla Foundation (Nick)
      • We should explore what other organizations we might collaborate with, but for now we're starting small.
      • EFF, PK, and CC were all pretty much agreed on. Other orgs considered: Downhill Battle, FSF, open access org
      • There seem to be two models of external contacts: Long-standing relationships and briefer, more informal relationships. We didn't decide which of these our four contacts should be.
  • Other
    • This AIM chat had a ton of lagging. Additionally, Nelson (and possibly others) were kicked for "scrolling." That's not acceptable. The obvious alternative is IRC. IRC has its own problems though -- primarily, certain campus networks e.g. Florida don't allow IRC.
    • The FC.o servers have been testy lately. A problem?
    • Nelson wants a draft of the external policy paper available by Thursday.
    • Scheduled conference call for 4 Jan to finish strategy paper and begin policy paper

Minutes by Gavin, logs by Rebekah