[occupyaustin-it] GA Representation tonight
alanviosca at gmail.com
Mon Nov 21 15:14:57 CST 2011
Sounds good to me. I'll try to address the boundary as clear as possible
during the concerns section of my report-back. I believe that the
Livestream subgroup is working on a design for a
camera/computer-on-a-chip/battery setup, and they plan to ask the finance
committee for some money for it all when they've got their plan complete.
I'll bring this up (as well as a need for volunteers) in addition to the
power subgroup's work during the mentioning of projects that the IT group
is working on.
On a side note, Tim and I are planning on meeting at CH sometime before or
after GA to hopefully finalize our power station parts list. I'll try and
let you know when/where we're meeting if you're interested in joining or
have something to discuss. As soon as I leave campus for CH, I won't have
any computer access so I'll use the text message service thingy.
On Mon, Nov 21, 2011 at 3:05 PM, James Casey <jcasey23 at gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm planning to attend the GA tonight. "Sparkling" everything you said
> below, with one friendly amendment. For the time being, can we make the
> boundary between the responsibilities of the web steam and the ITCI team as
> clear as possible to OA at large?
> If we want to mention another ITCI agenda item to the group, I suggest the
> effort to find the Livestream team more resources, including volunteers.
> Jim C.
> On Mon, Nov 21, 2011 at 12:54 PM, Alan Viosca <alanviosca at gmail.com>wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> First of all, I would like to ask if anyone knows whether or not there is
>> going to be a GA tonight. I'm assuming there will be working group
>> meetings, so I'll go down to CH to represent the IT team and ask anyone to
>> bring up any issues to me regardless.
>> If there is a GA tonight, are there any specific concerns that anyone
>> would like me to bring to the GA? Right now I am just planning on repeating
>> the fact that the web team is a separate entity from the IT team, and that
>> any concerns about the website should be brought to the web group rather
>> than IT. Would there be any exceptions to this rule? Seems like there might
>> be one or two areas where the web and IT team might overlap in this aspect
>> (e.g. hardware).
>> I'm also planning on telling the GA a little bit about the power station
>> project and the fact that we will have a final parts list soon and will be
>> asking for donations in the near future, possibly with a proposal to the
>> finance committee that would need to be accepted by the GA. I'll also send
>> out our normal invitation to people not well-represented in the IT group,
>> and be available as a point of contact after the GA.
>> Anything else you guys want me to bring up (specifically concerns)?
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