[Linux-aus] Inflection Point - A Strategic Plan for Linux Australia

Stewart Smith stewart at flamingspork.com
Thu Jan 7 11:47:57 AEDT 2016

Tim Serong <tim at wirejunkie.com> writes:
> I agree that ensuring members details are current is necessary, and I
> think this is touched on in the Inflection Point document we've been
> discussing, where it talks about replacing MemberDB.  However the doc
> doesn't explicitly mention ensuring everyone's automatically put on the
> announce list (at least, not that I saw).

I used to do a manual import from MemberDB -> announce. Obviously, there
should be software that does that.

There was some effort on keeping member details up to date "recently",
but again, something for software to do. There is most of the facility
to automate that in MemberDB currently... it's just.. umm.. not
finished. Yeah, I know, software with an unfinished feature is a bit of
a shocker :)

I think it all comes under the "patches welcome" thing... which has been
problematic to get, or problematic for me to get spare hours to do it.

Stewart Smith
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