Talk:Community Charter

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I've started this document as starting point for creating an organization for the Openmoko community.  These are just ideas at this point, and I won't take any offence to anyone criticizing or changing it substantially.  As I haven't been very actively involved in the community up to this point I especially don't want to step on anyone's toes.  I just want to help kickstart the organizing effort. [[User:Jmcnaught|Jmcnaught]] 03:47, 11 June 2009 (UTC)
 
I've started this document as starting point for creating an organization for the Openmoko community.  These are just ideas at this point, and I won't take any offence to anyone criticizing or changing it substantially.  As I haven't been very actively involved in the community up to this point I especially don't want to step on anyone's toes.  I just want to help kickstart the organizing effort. [[User:Jmcnaught|Jmcnaught]] 03:47, 11 June 2009 (UTC)
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Concerning the mission statement, I came up with these 3 use cases:
 
Concerning the mission statement, I came up with these 3 use cases:
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--[[User:Jxs|Jxs]] 13:29, 16 June 2009 (UTC)

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I've started this document as starting point for creating an organization for the Openmoko community. These are just ideas at this point, and I won't take any offence to anyone criticizing or changing it substantially. As I haven't been very actively involved in the community up to this point I especially don't want to step on anyone's toes. I just want to help kickstart the organizing effort. Jmcnaught 03:47, 11 June 2009 (UTC)


Concerning the mission statement, I came up with these 3 use cases:

  1. Core Team
    • offer structure to continue kernel development
    • gta02-core project (hardware)
    • maybe maintain one official distribution (Om2009?)
  2. Appliction and distribution developers
    • offer documentation and example code (wiki?)
    • offer a place to present their work (opkg.org?)
  3. End User
    • Nontechnical Manual instructions (wiki?)
    • Simple way to get latest (stable) software (opkg.org?)

--Jxs 13:29, 16 June 2009 (UTC)

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I've started this document as starting point for creating an organization for the Openmoko community. These are just ideas at this point, and I won't take any offence to anyone criticizing or changing it substantially. As I haven't been very actively involved in the community up to this point I especially don't want to step on anyone's toes. I just want to help kickstart the organizing effort. Jmcnaught 03:47, 11 June 2009 (UTC)

Concerning the mission statement, I came up with these 3 use cases:

  1. Core Team
    • offer structure to continue kernel development
    • gta02-core project (hardware)
    • maybe maintain one official distribution (Om2009?)
  2. Appliction and distribution developers
    • offer documentation and example code (wiki?)
    • offer a place to present their work (opkg.org?)
  3. End User
    • Nontechnical Manual instructions (wiki?)
    • Simple way to get latest (stable) software (opkg.org?)