THIS IS A PAD FOR UNSORTED FRAGMENTS ... CONTENT HERE SHOULD BE MOVED TO OTHER LOCATIONS :)
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|3.1||[HACC] Fwd: Infrastructure and organization discussion results|
|3.1.2||some sort of a governance model proposed (german only)|
|4.1||X) "greener congress"|
|4.2||X) [...] ADD MORE (NEW) HERE !!!|
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* mails should have numbers in titles (via mailserver!)
submails should be easily referable as well.
same for paragraphs - there needs to be some way to capture points in paragraphs.
this further means they can be marked as for example "PROPOSALS", which triggers other platforms etc.
* setup Kanban ?
admin of pads (totalism.org)
find @dcht00 (twitter, wire, telegram)
[HACC] Fwd: Infrastructure and organization discussion results
With regard to tools, we decided to keep things simple for the time
being and, besides the mailing list, to set up a wiki
as a place for more permanent documents as well as a Matrix chatroom
for quick discussions. As for the etherpads, I'm guessing @David won't
mind if we continue to use
Peter was nice enough to quickly register/find some domains, and the
wiki is already reachable at https://hacc.wiki, the other domains are
`hackvironment.org` (registered) and `hacc.fyi`.
We didn't talk about this during the discussion, but I also took the
liberty of creating a mastodon account
some sort of a governance model proposed (german only)
>seth (as reporter) : somebody needs to translate/re-represent this
X) "greener congress"
* being a teardown was totally essential
* i saw many things:
* food being randomly allocated - no idea where it went
* where do all the materials go (wood, etc)? where were they sourced originally?
* how much gear transport is going in and out (i heard something like 50 trucks" somewhere)
* could some of this be shared and then redistributed in endpoints?
X) [...] ADD MORE (NEW) HERE !!!
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CO2 and O2 data from monitoring stations
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