Subject: [NYCGA Internet] Stratified Information Threads/Rss
Date: Fri, 21 Oct 2011 15:06:21 +0000
To:, "Devin Occupy Media Open Source Ny" <>


We need on the activity page to be stratified by location, wg, thematic, caucus, affinity groups, sub groups, and finally tags also. This shall be accessible to post info online, mobile, by email, or text.

This is how people will continue on what each group has already done. Too much redundancy.


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From: Margarete Koenen <>
Date: Fri, 21 Oct 2011 10:46:26 -0400
To: <>
Subject: Re: [NYCGA Internet] Process question

Personally, I simply don't have the time to wade through all the conversations going on in this group in order to find the few bits and pieces that might be directly relating to what I am working on. If I want to get something done I need to be able to find pertinent information easily. As far as organizing work-related information, it needs to be decided on by those that are actually doing the work.


On Fri, Oct 21, 2011 at 10:22 AM, Charles Lenchner <> wrote:
Great question.
I vote for b - using the new website forum.
You might think in terms of 'conversation starters' over there, and then
tell the list what you've done with a link, so others can respond THERE and
not HERE.


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Subject: [NYCGA Internet] Process question

hi all -

It was great to meet the team who have been working so hard to make the new
website happen and also to chart the vision for future work by this group.
Thanks for all your efforts!

I have a process question:

I have IA recommendations for the new website.

Should this kind of input be posted to:

a. this google group list

b. the Internet working group forum on the new website


c. redmine

Can we clarify the intended use of these three channels, and also some roles
responsibilities for the people doing the real work of the group?

I am uncomfortable with the idea of independently creating tasks in redmine
with no sense of who will be prioritizing and assigning the tasks - without
that, my input can easily add to noise that will detract from other
potentially more critical work.

I have an observation about redmine that I will send out separately.


Margarete Koenen