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05.20 News You Can Use & CPC Updates


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📆 Upcoming Events & Meeting Reminders

NEXT CPC MEETING: Tuesday, May 26 @ 6:00 PM UTC

NEXT COLLAB SUMMIT PLANNING MEETING: June 2 @ 5:00 PM UTC

NEXT STANDARDS WG MEETING: Tuesday, June 2 @ 6:00 PM UTC

OPEN OFFICE HOURS: Thursday, May 21 @ 5:00 PM UTC

PUBLIC BOARD MEETING: Friday, May 22 @ 6:00 PM UTC

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📰 Announcements & FYIs

🗺 OpenJS World Announcements: In case you've missed it, the full schedule for OpenJS World is live - and there are some truly exciting and inspiring talks in store. We've had over 600 registrants, and we really want you to be among the attendees! The event is free and online - Register here for the conference and the collab summit!

📣 Call for Collab Summit Proposals: A lot of OpenJS Foundation projects have already signed up to host sessions during the Collab Summit, and again, we hope that includes yours! The Summit is shaping up to be a lovely 3-day affair with lots of input from the community. We're excited to bring everyone together to collaborate, share, and have fun! If you'd like to join in, register for the event and also submit a session via our /summit repo.

💬 New Slack Channels! The OpenJS Foundation community is growing bigger by the day, and as a result we've added new project channels in our Slack workspace so you can engage with your favorite projects. Click here to join and chat with people from Node, Electron, jQuery, Dojo, Express and more!


🗒 Meeting Notes & Recaps

CPC MEETING RECAP
Meeting Notes | Recording | GH issue

  • This week, we had a more in-depth discussion about specific issues rather than our weekly "stand" style session. We are experimenting with more working meetings in order to make progress on specific efforts.
  • We shared some upcoming meeting announcements, then briefly discussed two issues that the CPC has been requested to review: A PR to move the Collaboration Network program proposal to stage 1, and an issue requesting that the CPC revisit the Individual Membership Program. On the latter, Sara Chipps and others volunteered to re-assess.#488.
  • We then moved to discuss #438, which is about how we should handle the 2nd Community Board Seat, currently occupied by a Node.js representative, for the upcoming year. Our charter had assigned the seat to Node for our first year of transition but provides a great deal of flexibility for how to allocate it beyond that. Node.js is happy to continue to serve in this capacity for the next year as well. The group agreed that we need to describe and circulate a set of expectations for the Community Director Board seat and that we should use such a document to determine if other projects or persons from the community would be interested in the role. Brian Warner and others have volunteered to complete this for next week.
  • Issue #474, OpenJS Collaboration Network, was briefly discussed - conversation continues on the proposal in the issue and related PR.
  • On issue #469, Populate the Code Of Conduct Panel, the group reported that we are continuing to do outreach. Matteo shared that Jordan Harband will be the rep from Node, and Dylan S. volunteered from Dojo. Jory will follow up one last time via email and the group will begin organizing next steps. A related issue about upstreaming the changes we have to make on the Contributor Covenant was tabled for later discussion.
  • The second working item was a discussion about the work on the code of conduct repo. Jory requested final review from folks on the Code of Conduct Charter PR, which was merged in after a short discussion. We also held a brief discussion about implementation guidelines which have been drafted in this PR. We were nearly out of time so those discussions are continuing on the repo.
  • We closed the meeting early in order to go into a private session and discuss a potential applicant.
 
 
         
 
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