Date   

Re: TSC Meeting #1 Report

Jacqueline Z Cardoso
 

Sounds good on all points. If there are any questions in the future please don't hesitate to reach out, and we're always happy to help with suggestions!

Thank you,
Jacqueline 

Jacqueline Serafin
Program Manager
The Linux Foundation
+1 (415) 676-1127 (m)
Regular Hours: 6am-3pm PT



On Wed, May 27, 2020 at 7:30 PM MyungJoo Ham <myungjoo.ham@...> wrote:

Hello Jacqueline,

 

Yup! I'll try to follow the suggestions in the next meeting, especially on tracking attendance and voting procedures.

I had some confusion on which mailing lists to announce, but I'll stick with nnstreamer-tsc for all tsc meetings.

 

The code-of-conduct is based on "contributor-covenant.org 1.4". So I gues this won't be an issue.

For now, with the current activity status, I don't think new mail lists for sub-projects are need; but thanks for the notice. I'll try to get accustomed to these  :)

 

> Re: NNStreamer TSC Chairperson, congratulations to MyungJoo! I'd recommend to create a document (GitHub or Wiki, whatever your preference) that outlines the Governance details for your elections, along with an Elections Results History page. You can view an example governance page here and an example elections history page here; modifications can certainly be made and if you have questions please reach out. Setting this up will help to make future elections easy and straightforward. 

 

Thanks for the suggestion!

 

 

Cheers,

MyungJoo

--------- Original Message ---------

Sender : Jacqueline Serafin <jserafin@...>

Date : 2020-05-27 23:20 (GMT+9)

Title : Re: [NNStreamer TSC] TSC Meeting #1 Report

 

Hello NNStreamer TSC,

 

Circling back on the email below. If you have any questions on the items below please don't hesitate to reach out. Thanks!

 

Thank you,

Jacqueline 

 

Jacqueline Serafin

Program Manager
The Linux Foundation
+1 (415) 676-1127 (m)

jserafin@...

Regular Hours: 6am-3pm PT
 

 

 

On Mon, May 11, 2020 at 10:35 AM Jacqueline Serafin <jserafin@...> wrote:

NNStreamer TSC,

 

Really fantastic job with your first meeting! You were able to accomplish a lot which is great to see. Below I am noting some suggestions for your review based on general open source best practices and what has worked well across other LF AI and LF projects. Please don't hesitate to reach out with any questions on this or any other items. Again, great job in your first meeting.

  • Re: TSC member attendance, tracking for each meeting, I'd recommend always including a link to NNStreamer CONTRIBUTING (2020-05-07-master) as you did already to easily reference the list of current TSC members. And to very quickly run through your attendance for quorum check. 
  • Re: NNStreamer CONTRIBUTING, please change announcing TSC meetings from nnstreamer-announce to nnstreamer-tsc (and nnstreamer-technical-discuss as optional secondary message) to ensure the announce mail list is reserved for a broader, non technical audience (such as marketing, business, legal, etc.)
  • Re: Code of conduct, you can definitely use the code of conduct that you have selected, based on the LF Projects, LLC Policies. Just as an FYI, you also have the option to adopt the general Code of Conduct noted here: https://lfprojects.org/policies/code-of-conduct/, which many projects use, or you can certainly pull content from there too, should you make edits to your Code of Conduct later. On your CODE_OF_CONDUCT.md you can also choose to note conduct@... as an email for any issues that may require LF AI staff assistance. 
  • Re: NNStreamer TSC Chairperson, congratulations to MyungJoo! I'd recommend to create a document (GitHub or Wiki, whatever your preference) that outlines the Governance details for your elections, along with an Elections Results History page. You can view an example governance page here and an example elections history page here; modifications can certainly be made and if you have questions please reach out. Setting this up will help to make future elections easy and straightforward. 
  • Re: Voting procedures, As you start to vote on more items, I'd like to share an overview of the process/language (doesn't have to exact but close to for formality purposes) you can use the following: 
    • Read the text of the resolution (can be included in agend/slides in advance, but not required), or describe it (Example: That the NNStreamer TSC approves X item)
    • Ask, “Would somebody like to make a motion?”
    1. A different voting member answers “I’ll second the motion,” or "Second motion" and they state their name

    2. The name is recorded in the minutes

  1. Say, “All in favor, say ‘Aye’”

    1. Give time for everyone to come off mute and respond

    2. As long as the number to approve is still small for NNStreamer, you can listen for the right amount of votes (50% or more the quorum in attendance) but if there is growth in the number then you can move to roll call vote if needed for clarity purposes

    3. Responses recorded in the minutes

  2. Say, “Any opposed?”
    1. Give time for them to respond - Responses recorded in the minutes

  3. Say, “Any abstains?”

    1. Give time for them to respond - Responses recorded in the minutes

  4. If there were enough “Ayes,” say “The motion carries,” or "The motion is approved"
    1. Results recorded in the minutes
    1. A voting member answers “I’ll make the motion,” or "First motion" and they state their name
    2. The name is recorded in the minutes
    • Ask, “Would somebody like to second the motion?”
  • Re: Approved sub-projects, depending on how much activity you are expecting on them, you can choose to either set up a new mail list for each such as nnstreamer-nntrainer@... and have it separate. If the topics are very much related and various mail lists would not make sense you can also choose to utilize hastags in Groups.io that you could then use within your nnstreamer-technical-discuss mail list, so a hastag used there could be #nntrainer. A full description of hashtags in Groups.io can be found here. The key benefits to hashtag use are 1) Provides visibility to all related topics within a single mail list (fewer mail lists to join and manage) and 2) You can "mute" hashtags that you don't wish to receive mail for but can still reference/search in the archives for them
    • MyungJoo, as the moderator for the initial mail lists, you can add a hashtag for use. If you choose to have more mail lists, please send an email to operations@... with the mail list names and the moderator to designate for each. 
  • Re: Community Manager, congrats to Jihoon! LF AI will reach out on next steps required for the social media account management for NNStreamer

 

Thank you,

Jacqueline 

 

Jacqueline Serafin

Program Manager
The Linux Foundation
+1 (415) 676-1127 (m)

jserafin@...

Regular Hours: 6am-3pm PT
 

 

 

On Thu, May 7, 2020 at 6:36 PM MyungJoo Ham via lists.lfai.foundation <myungjoo.ham=samsung.com@...> wrote:

Hello All!

 

The meeting note is created at https://wiki.lfai.foundation/pages/viewpage.action?pageId=24281568

 

Summary:

  • 11 of 12 TSC voting members attended.
  • Approved CONTRIBUTING, Code-of-Conduct, Chairperson, subprojects, and their maintainers
  • Jihoon Lee volunteered to be the community manager and is approved.

 

 

Cheers,

MyungJoo

 

--

MyungJoo Ham (함명주), Ph.D.

On-Device Lab, Platform Team, Samsung Research.
Cell: +82-10-6714-2858

 

 


Re: TSC Meeting #1 Report

MyungJoo Ham
 

Hello Jacqueline,

 

Yup! I'll try to follow the suggestions in the next meeting, especially on tracking attendance and voting procedures.

I had some confusion on which mailing lists to announce, but I'll stick with nnstreamer-tsc for all tsc meetings.

 

The code-of-conduct is based on "contributor-covenant.org 1.4". So I gues this won't be an issue.

For now, with the current activity status, I don't think new mail lists for sub-projects are need; but thanks for the notice. I'll try to get accustomed to these  :)

 

> Re: NNStreamer TSC Chairperson, congratulations to MyungJoo! I'd recommend to create a document (GitHub or Wiki, whatever your preference) that outlines the Governance details for your elections, along with an Elections Results History page. You can view an example governance page here and an example elections history page here; modifications can certainly be made and if you have questions please reach out. Setting this up will help to make future elections easy and straightforward. 

 

Thanks for the suggestion!

 

 

Cheers,

MyungJoo

--------- Original Message ---------

Sender : Jacqueline Serafin <jserafin@...>

Date : 2020-05-27 23:20 (GMT+9)

Title : Re: [NNStreamer TSC] TSC Meeting #1 Report

 

Hello NNStreamer TSC,

 

Circling back on the email below. If you have any questions on the items below please don't hesitate to reach out. Thanks!

 

Thank you,

Jacqueline 

 

Jacqueline Serafin

Program Manager
The Linux Foundation
+1 (415) 676-1127 (m)

jserafin@...

Regular Hours: 6am-3pm PT
 

 

 

On Mon, May 11, 2020 at 10:35 AM Jacqueline Serafin <jserafin@...> wrote:

NNStreamer TSC,

 

Really fantastic job with your first meeting! You were able to accomplish a lot which is great to see. Below I am noting some suggestions for your review based on general open source best practices and what has worked well across other LF AI and LF projects. Please don't hesitate to reach out with any questions on this or any other items. Again, great job in your first meeting.

  • Re: TSC member attendance, tracking for each meeting, I'd recommend always including a link to NNStreamer CONTRIBUTING (2020-05-07-master) as you did already to easily reference the list of current TSC members. And to very quickly run through your attendance for quorum check. 
  • Re: NNStreamer CONTRIBUTING, please change announcing TSC meetings from nnstreamer-announce to nnstreamer-tsc (and nnstreamer-technical-discuss as optional secondary message) to ensure the announce mail list is reserved for a broader, non technical audience (such as marketing, business, legal, etc.)
  • Re: Code of conduct, you can definitely use the code of conduct that you have selected, based on the LF Projects, LLC Policies. Just as an FYI, you also have the option to adopt the general Code of Conduct noted here: https://lfprojects.org/policies/code-of-conduct/, which many projects use, or you can certainly pull content from there too, should you make edits to your Code of Conduct later. On your CODE_OF_CONDUCT.md you can also choose to note conduct@... as an email for any issues that may require LF AI staff assistance. 
  • Re: NNStreamer TSC Chairperson, congratulations to MyungJoo! I'd recommend to create a document (GitHub or Wiki, whatever your preference) that outlines the Governance details for your elections, along with an Elections Results History page. You can view an example governance page here and an example elections history page here; modifications can certainly be made and if you have questions please reach out. Setting this up will help to make future elections easy and straightforward. 
  • Re: Voting procedures, As you start to vote on more items, I'd like to share an overview of the process/language (doesn't have to exact but close to for formality purposes) you can use the following: 
    • Read the text of the resolution (can be included in agend/slides in advance, but not required), or describe it (Example: That the NNStreamer TSC approves X item)
    • Ask, “Would somebody like to make a motion?”
    1. A different voting member answers “I’ll second the motion,” or "Second motion" and they state their name

    2. The name is recorded in the minutes

  1. Say, “All in favor, say ‘Aye’”

    1. Give time for everyone to come off mute and respond

    2. As long as the number to approve is still small for NNStreamer, you can listen for the right amount of votes (50% or more the quorum in attendance) but if there is growth in the number then you can move to roll call vote if needed for clarity purposes

    3. Responses recorded in the minutes

  2. Say, “Any opposed?”
    1. Give time for them to respond - Responses recorded in the minutes

  3. Say, “Any abstains?”

    1. Give time for them to respond - Responses recorded in the minutes

  4. If there were enough “Ayes,” say “The motion carries,” or "The motion is approved"
    1. Results recorded in the minutes
    1. A voting member answers “I’ll make the motion,” or "First motion" and they state their name
    2. The name is recorded in the minutes
    • Ask, “Would somebody like to second the motion?”
  • Re: Approved sub-projects, depending on how much activity you are expecting on them, you can choose to either set up a new mail list for each such as nnstreamer-nntrainer@... and have it separate. If the topics are very much related and various mail lists would not make sense you can also choose to utilize hastags in Groups.io that you could then use within your nnstreamer-technical-discuss mail list, so a hastag used there could be #nntrainer. A full description of hashtags in Groups.io can be found here. The key benefits to hashtag use are 1) Provides visibility to all related topics within a single mail list (fewer mail lists to join and manage) and 2) You can "mute" hashtags that you don't wish to receive mail for but can still reference/search in the archives for them
    • MyungJoo, as the moderator for the initial mail lists, you can add a hashtag for use. If you choose to have more mail lists, please send an email to operations@... with the mail list names and the moderator to designate for each. 
  • Re: Community Manager, congrats to Jihoon! LF AI will reach out on next steps required for the social media account management for NNStreamer

 

Thank you,

Jacqueline 

 

Jacqueline Serafin

Program Manager
The Linux Foundation
+1 (415) 676-1127 (m)

jserafin@...

Regular Hours: 6am-3pm PT
 

 

 

On Thu, May 7, 2020 at 6:36 PM MyungJoo Ham via lists.lfai.foundation <myungjoo.ham=samsung.com@...> wrote:

Hello All!

 

The meeting note is created at https://wiki.lfai.foundation/pages/viewpage.action?pageId=24281568

 

Summary:

  • 11 of 12 TSC voting members attended.
  • Approved CONTRIBUTING, Code-of-Conduct, Chairperson, subprojects, and their maintainers
  • Jihoon Lee volunteered to be the community manager and is approved.

 

 

Cheers,

MyungJoo

 

--

MyungJoo Ham (함명주), Ph.D.

On-Device Lab, Platform Team, Samsung Research.
Cell: +82-10-6714-2858

 

 


Re: TSC Meeting #1 Report

Jacqueline Z Cardoso
 

Hello NNStreamer TSC,

Circling back on the email below. If you have any questions on the items below please don't hesitate to reach out. Thanks!

Thank you,
Jacqueline 

Jacqueline Serafin
Program Manager
The Linux Foundation
+1 (415) 676-1127 (m)
Regular Hours: 6am-3pm PT



On Mon, May 11, 2020 at 10:35 AM Jacqueline Serafin <jserafin@...> wrote:
NNStreamer TSC,

Really fantastic job with your first meeting! You were able to accomplish a lot which is great to see. Below I am noting some suggestions for your review based on general open source best practices and what has worked well across other LF AI and LF projects. Please don't hesitate to reach out with any questions on this or any other items. Again, great job in your first meeting.
  • Re: TSC member attendance, tracking for each meeting, I'd recommend always including a link to NNStreamer CONTRIBUTING (2020-05-07-master) as you did already to easily reference the list of current TSC members. And to very quickly run through your attendance for quorum check. 
  • Re: NNStreamer CONTRIBUTING, please change announcing TSC meetings from nnstreamer-announce to nnstreamer-tsc (and nnstreamer-technical-discuss as optional secondary message) to ensure the announce mail list is reserved for a broader, non technical audience (such as marketing, business, legal, etc.)
  • Re: Code of conduct, you can definitely use the code of conduct that you have selected, based on the LF Projects, LLC Policies. Just as an FYI, you also have the option to adopt the general Code of Conduct noted here: https://lfprojects.org/policies/code-of-conduct/, which many projects use, or you can certainly pull content from there too, should you make edits to your Code of Conduct later. On your CODE_OF_CONDUCT.md you can also choose to note conduct@... as an email for any issues that may require LF AI staff assistance. 
  • Re: NNStreamer TSC Chairperson, congratulations to MyungJoo! I'd recommend to create a document (GitHub or Wiki, whatever your preference) that outlines the Governance details for your elections, along with an Elections Results History page. You can view an example governance page here and an example elections history page here; modifications can certainly be made and if you have questions please reach out. Setting this up will help to make future elections easy and straightforward. 
  • Re: Voting procedures, As you start to vote on more items, I'd like to share an overview of the process/language (doesn't have to exact but close to for formality purposes) you can use the following: 
  1. Read the text of the resolution (can be included in agend/slides in advance, but not required), or describe it (Example: That the NNStreamer TSC approves X item)

  2. Ask, “Would somebody like to make a motion?”

    1. A voting member answers “I’ll make the motion,” or "First motion" and they state their name

    2. The name is recorded in the minutes

  3. Ask, “Would somebody like to second the motion?”

    1. A different voting member answers “I’ll second the motion,” or "Second motion" and they state their name

    2. The name is recorded in the minutes

  4. Say, “All in favor, say ‘Aye’”

    1. Give time for everyone to come off mute and respond

    2. As long as the number to approve is still small for NNStreamer, you can listen for the right amount of votes (50% or more the quorum in attendance) but if there is growth in the number then you can move to roll call vote if needed for clarity purposes

    3. Responses recorded in the minutes

  5. Say, “Any opposed?”
    1. Give time for them to respond - Responses recorded in the minutes

  6. Say, “Any abstains?”

    1. Give time for them to respond - Responses recorded in the minutes

  7. If there were enough “Ayes,” say “The motion carries,” or "The motion is approved"
    1. Results recorded in the minutes
  • Re: Approved sub-projects, depending on how much activity you are expecting on them, you can choose to either set up a new mail list for each such as nnstreamer-nntrainer@... and have it separate. If the topics are very much related and various mail lists would not make sense you can also choose to utilize hastags in Groups.io that you could then use within your nnstreamer-technical-discuss mail list, so a hastag used there could be #nntrainer. A full description of hashtags in Groups.io can be found here. The key benefits to hashtag use are 1) Provides visibility to all related topics within a single mail list (fewer mail lists to join and manage) and 2) You can "mute" hashtags that you don't wish to receive mail for but can still reference/search in the archives for them
    • MyungJoo, as the moderator for the initial mail lists, you can add a hashtag for use. If you choose to have more mail lists, please send an email to operations@... with the mail list names and the moderator to designate for each. 
  • Re: Community Manager, congrats to Jihoon! LF AI will reach out on next steps required for the social media account management for NNStreamer

Thank you,
Jacqueline 

Jacqueline Serafin
Program Manager
The Linux Foundation
+1 (415) 676-1127 (m)
Regular Hours: 6am-3pm PT



On Thu, May 7, 2020 at 6:36 PM MyungJoo Ham via lists.lfai.foundation <myungjoo.ham=samsung.com@...> wrote:

Hello All!

 

The meeting note is created at https://wiki.lfai.foundation/pages/viewpage.action?pageId=24281568

 

Summary:

  • 11 of 12 TSC voting members attended.
  • Approved CONTRIBUTING, Code-of-Conduct, Chairperson, subprojects, and their maintainers
  • Jihoon Lee volunteered to be the community manager and is approved.

 

 

Cheers,

MyungJoo


Re: TSC Meeting #1 Report

Jacqueline Z Cardoso
 

NNStreamer TSC,

Really fantastic job with your first meeting! You were able to accomplish a lot which is great to see. Below I am noting some suggestions for your review based on general open source best practices and what has worked well across other LF AI and LF projects. Please don't hesitate to reach out with any questions on this or any other items. Again, great job in your first meeting.
  • Re: TSC member attendance, tracking for each meeting, I'd recommend always including a link to NNStreamer CONTRIBUTING (2020-05-07-master) as you did already to easily reference the list of current TSC members. And to very quickly run through your attendance for quorum check. 
  • Re: NNStreamer CONTRIBUTING, please change announcing TSC meetings from nnstreamer-announce to nnstreamer-tsc (and nnstreamer-technical-discuss as optional secondary message) to ensure the announce mail list is reserved for a broader, non technical audience (such as marketing, business, legal, etc.)
  • Re: Code of conduct, you can definitely use the code of conduct that you have selected, based on the LF Projects, LLC Policies. Just as an FYI, you also have the option to adopt the general Code of Conduct noted here: https://lfprojects.org/policies/code-of-conduct/, which many projects use, or you can certainly pull content from there too, should you make edits to your Code of Conduct later. On your CODE_OF_CONDUCT.md you can also choose to note conduct@... as an email for any issues that may require LF AI staff assistance. 
  • Re: NNStreamer TSC Chairperson, congratulations to MyungJoo! I'd recommend to create a document (GitHub or Wiki, whatever your preference) that outlines the Governance details for your elections, along with an Elections Results History page. You can view an example governance page here and an example elections history page here; modifications can certainly be made and if you have questions please reach out. Setting this up will help to make future elections easy and straightforward. 
  • Re: Voting procedures, As you start to vote on more items, I'd like to share an overview of the process/language (doesn't have to exact but close to for formality purposes) you can use the following: 
  1. Read the text of the resolution (can be included in agend/slides in advance, but not required), or describe it (Example: That the NNStreamer TSC approves X item)

  2. Ask, “Would somebody like to make a motion?”

    1. A voting member answers “I’ll make the motion,” or "First motion" and they state their name

    2. The name is recorded in the minutes

  3. Ask, “Would somebody like to second the motion?”

    1. A different voting member answers “I’ll second the motion,” or "Second motion" and they state their name

    2. The name is recorded in the minutes

  4. Say, “All in favor, say ‘Aye’”

    1. Give time for everyone to come off mute and respond

    2. As long as the number to approve is still small for NNStreamer, you can listen for the right amount of votes (50% or more the quorum in attendance) but if there is growth in the number then you can move to roll call vote if needed for clarity purposes

    3. Responses recorded in the minutes

  5. Say, “Any opposed?”
    1. Give time for them to respond - Responses recorded in the minutes

  6. Say, “Any abstains?”

    1. Give time for them to respond - Responses recorded in the minutes

  7. If there were enough “Ayes,” say “The motion carries,” or "The motion is approved"
    1. Results recorded in the minutes
  • Re: Approved sub-projects, depending on how much activity you are expecting on them, you can choose to either set up a new mail list for each such as nnstreamer-nntrainer@... and have it separate. If the topics are very much related and various mail lists would not make sense you can also choose to utilize hastags in Groups.io that you could then use within your nnstreamer-technical-discuss mail list, so a hastag used there could be #nntrainer. A full description of hashtags in Groups.io can be found here. The key benefits to hashtag use are 1) Provides visibility to all related topics within a single mail list (fewer mail lists to join and manage) and 2) You can "mute" hashtags that you don't wish to receive mail for but can still reference/search in the archives for them
    • MyungJoo, as the moderator for the initial mail lists, you can add a hashtag for use. If you choose to have more mail lists, please send an email to operations@... with the mail list names and the moderator to designate for each. 
  • Re: Community Manager, congrats to Jihoon! LF AI will reach out on next steps required for the social media account management for NNStreamer

Thank you,
Jacqueline 

Jacqueline Serafin
Program Manager
The Linux Foundation
+1 (415) 676-1127 (m)
Regular Hours: 6am-3pm PT



On Thu, May 7, 2020 at 6:36 PM MyungJoo Ham via lists.lfai.foundation <myungjoo.ham=samsung.com@...> wrote:

Hello All!

 

The meeting note is created at https://wiki.lfai.foundation/pages/viewpage.action?pageId=24281568

 

Summary:

  • 11 of 12 TSC voting members attended.
  • Approved CONTRIBUTING, Code-of-Conduct, Chairperson, subprojects, and their maintainers
  • Jihoon Lee volunteered to be the community manager and is approved.

 

 

Cheers,

MyungJoo


TSC Meeting #1 Report

MyungJoo Ham
 

Hello All!

 

The meeting note is created at https://wiki.lfai.foundation/pages/viewpage.action?pageId=24281568

 

Summary:

  • 11 of 12 TSC voting members attended.
  • Approved CONTRIBUTING, Code-of-Conduct, Chairperson, subprojects, and their maintainers
  • Jihoon Lee volunteered to be the community manager and is approved.

 

 

Cheers,

MyungJoo


The First TSC Meeting Announcement (COPY of nnstreamer-announce)

MyungJoo Ham
 

Hi!

We will have the first NNStreamer TSC Meeting!

  • Time: 2pm to 3pm, May 7 2020. 2020-05-07 Thursday

  • Place: Skype / join.skype.com/YH9fDiNouDod

    • Due to COVID-19, I have decided against having a physical meeting in public.
    • Due to security concerns, I and many of the committers cannot use Zoom in the workplace. Thus, I have decided to use Skype for TSC meeting #1.
    • Fallback communication channel: https://gitter.im/nnstreamer/Lobby
      • If we fail to secure the primary channel (Skype) or need to change the channel, we will notify new URLs via the fallback channel.
  • Agenda

    • Full description: https://wiki.lfai.foundation/display/NNSTREAM/TSC+Meeting
    • Approve / Vote
      • CONTRIBUTING / Code of Conduct
      • Chairperson
      • Sub projects
      • Maintainers of sub projects and nnstreamer (main)
    • Community manager
      • Get a volunteer or recommendation
        • May be postponed to TSC meeting #2

The TSC voting members (current NNStreamer committers) and anyone who's interested in NNStreamer are welcomed to join.

This is a copy of a message from nnstreamer-announce.

Cheers, MyungJoo


Re: Preparing First TSC Meeting

MyungJoo Ham
 

Doodle voting closed: https://doodle.com/poll/9tkmzs3p5k694hvq

It will be held at 2:00 PM KST, May 7th Thursday.

 

I'll set up the meeting based on Jacqueline's guide and announce it via nnstreamer-announce.

Cheers,
MyungJoo


Re: Preparing First TSC Meeting

Jacqueline Z Cardoso
 

Great to see that you are moving towards the set up of your TSC meetings. Please see below for reference the details shared in the project onboarding email regarding meetings and group calendar use. The project lead should become familiarized with the group calendar processes noted below to ensure the TSC meeting gets added to the group calendar. There are also instructions for requesting a Zoom account for shared use across the NNStreamer project which is an LF AI project benefit available to you. 

Project Group Calendar


Project group calendars are managed within LF AI Groups.io based on the applicable mail list. The moderator set for each mail list can maintain the group calendar in Groups.io and it will be replicated on the project’s wiki to encourage open participation. Your group calendar on the wiki is available here: https://wiki.lfai.foundation/pages/viewpage.action?pageId=24281133


The project lead identified in your project proposal is assigned as a moderator to manage the group calendar for the lists initially set up and should carefully review the LF AI Foundation - Community Meetings and Calendars; this page has instructions and important information on meeting management requirements and processes within the LF AI community. Depending on the project meeting needs, the LF can provide access to shared Zoom account resourcing; please email operations@... to further discuss as needed.


Thank you,
Jacqueline 

Jacqueline Serafin
Program Manager
The Linux Foundation
+1 (415) 676-1127 (m)
Regular Hours: 6am-3pm PT



On Mon, Apr 20, 2020 at 6:38 PM MyungJoo Ham via lists.lfai.foundation <myungjoo.ham=samsung.com@...> wrote:

Dear All,


I am planning to have the first NNStreamer TSC meeting within a month, hold virtually in public, probably via Zoom.
The Agenda draft is at https://wiki.lfai.foundation/display/NNSTREAM/TSC+Meeting
If you have any comments or questions on the draft or schedule, please feel free to reply to this mailing list or in the wiki page above.

For the committers that are not listed in this mailing list, I'll contact personally and nudge them again to subscribe to this list: @leemgs, @kparichay, @jijoongmoon, @again4you, @gichan-jang

Because committers are in either India or Korea, the meeting will start between KST 1300 and 1900, Monday to Thursday or KST 1300 and 1500, Friday.

Please vote for the meeting time at https://doodle.com/poll/9tkmzs3p5k694hvq

 


Preparing First TSC Meeting

MyungJoo Ham
 

Dear All,


I am planning to have the first NNStreamer TSC meeting within a month, hold virtually in public, probably via Zoom.
The Agenda draft is at https://wiki.lfai.foundation/display/NNSTREAM/TSC+Meeting
If you have any comments or questions on the draft or schedule, please feel free to reply to this mailing list or in the wiki page above.

For the committers that are not listed in this mailing list, I'll contact personally and nudge them again to subscribe to this list: @leemgs, @kparichay, @jijoongmoon, @again4you, @gichan-jang

Because committers are in either India or Korea, the meeting will start between KST 1300 and 1900, Monday to Thursday or KST 1300 and 1500, Friday.

Please vote for the meeting time at https://doodle.com/poll/9tkmzs3p5k694hvq

 

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