Now that we've graduated, there are several things some of us have mentioned as wanting to get nailed down, changed or debated.
For example - how to handle subjective questions, what the slogan is, thoughts on the blog for the site, and so on.
I propose the following, which I volunteer to take care of.
Step 1 - a vote on the best date and time for the townhall.
Step 2 - I'll schedule a meeting in the chat room for this time.
Step 2.5 - Topics for the townhall suggested.
Step 3 - I'll create a survey page for the topics to be discussed. These can be voted on.
Step 4 - We'll spend 5-10 minutes (a timer will be set) on each topic for the duration of the meeting, which I hope won't exceed an hour. Hopefully less.
I realise the casual user of this site won't care, but those of us who have been here since the beginning have noticed the arrival of a lot of new questions of dubious quality since the graduation, so before we get too big we'd like to discuss changing our informal rules/policies on handling new questions, among other things.
STEP 1 - choosing a date/time. This is not going to be easy, given all the timezones. Therefore, what I'll suggest doing is:
- suggest a time in UTC that best suits you.
- if possible, suggest a date too.
- others can vote on that. - I'll select the most picked one, and move on to Step 2 and 3.
UPDATE - Register now for the Townhall meeting on 31st Jan at 22:00 UTC.