Some thoughts on it.
Not sure if this was not said or if i didn’t hear/understand, but i think we should let our roadmap more defined. Other wise we may forget what are our goals and what the task are for.
I think that on the next meeting we should pay more attention to the decisions we made, not just the actions and tasks. This was our first meeting, so I think it’s ok. This is something the facilitator and the note keeper could take care of.
Even the obvious decisions, I think is good for transparency for example:
- The values and principles of the community are listed on the Manifesto, so the wg will based the governance model on them;
- The values and rules of the governance wg will be derived from the Manifesto.
For the mapping, I wrote some of my undersand of it, please
check if we are on the same page:
- Whats the mapping for?
- The map is to better understand the community dynamics and functionality, to understand the key people, resources, and actions that we want to organize. From this, we will be able to decide the level of collectivism our autonomy of the community and each domain, and also to better understand what are the core values, to map what are the resources we have the manage and the type of decision that will be done.
- How the map will be done?
- First we make a draft (Greg already post it)
- Open to the comunity colaboration (done, but for how long it will be open?)
- Collect the info and make another version
- Present one more time for the community (yeas or no?)
- After map is finished, than we will identify what types of decisions and resources need to be manage, and from this understand how our model of governance should be. Than we can look for some models or build our own.
And least, I want to register here some of the important topics that Gunner pointed about what a governance structure enables :
- Accountability and transparency (both as effectively as possible);
- Good decision making;
- Good resources managing;
- Health participation;
- Health evolution;
- Respects values and principles of the community.