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We encourage everyone to apply the Samvera community principles of openness, inquiry, and respect in their interactions at the event.
$46,000 pledges received to date, nearly to our first goal
SoftServ team starting week of May 22 (Dev Congress week)
Work already started on reviewing project board issues
Institutions interested in Fedora 6 and Hyrax are discussing with Fedora leadership and will organize meetings in the near future- this information will inform the third milestone.
Checking in on March meeting action item, anyone who is interested in leading this effort
Capture guidelines/examples of managing engineers to share with the community - talking points of value - clearing house of good communication on why and how this impacts administrative concerns; Looking for people to help and determine where the information should reside. Encouraging people to nominate people or step forward, the load is not expected to be high.
Accessibility audit issue is on agenda for May Samvera Board meeting
Sustainability: Kirsten Leonard posited that grant funding might be used to hire consultants to interview partners to make sure the community is meeting the needs of the partners (charter to draft questions and conduct interviews); Kirsten is willing to author if people support the idea. This reduce load on the community. It was suggested that we should review prior grants. People who want to join the working group should contact Kirsten.
Samvera Virtual Connect reflections
consider where vendors could co-present with partners
for connect this idea of vendor & partners will show up in panels and workshops
suggested that we could add onboarding to the normal show and tell, we are looking for that in Connect but we have had issues getting those for Virtual Connect
suggested to establish a learning community where someone with expertise such as Python could teach or other emerging languages or tools of interest; many people are now using a variety of languages and tools given research computing and cloud infrastructures.
suggested finding a way to find points of gravity for things on which we can work on together.
Board special election - reminder for primary contacts to vote