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- better video page
for action pages:
- when you're making an action, have an "accessibility" section, so that whoever is making events is prompted to think about the accessibility of the building, etc. and reporting that info
- disconnect conditional commitment and roles (I think Davie might have done this already) done
- events that go for multiple dates, and a corresponding way to easily identify which dates that someone will attend
- an option to specify an "end" time for events (in addition to the current start time)
- when you get to a page that doesn't exist, suggest adding a "/" to the end of the link
Art Working Group
describing current implementations here to give an idea of what requirements might be...
- Coordinators created a google calendar to put art events on. Not everyone is invited to it yet. Question as to whether that provides any additional value over adding to main XR calendar.
- Maddie created a google doc as a draft template for art events, with considerations and options. But there is discussion that a spreadsheet to collect event ideas might be a better format. There are preparatory tasks for many of these that we're not tracking that well
- Byron transferred the template to the wiki with the idea of copy/pasting it to a new wiki page for each event. We discussed whether a form like the one for event creation would be better. Or a google form that dumps data to a sheet maybe.
- we have used the mailing list
firstname.lastname@example.org(set up via listserv) to send out minutes, links mentioned in meetings, and reminders of upcoming WG meetings
- Alie created several poster images and shared draft versions in keybase for feedback. Others used the channel to discuss and critique them; that seemed to work very well
- The keybase channel also included ideas for events, sharing links to resources, reports on art-related outreach efforts, debate about best organizational process, and planning implementation of art projects. It's a bit chaotic and disjointed but @ mentions have helped keep conversations going
- Byron created a shared folder under his Nextcloud account at disroot.org to keep art files in a central place. With desktop Nextcloud client, you can work on files as local but they update for everyone on save - helpful for streamlining collaborative process when using graphics software. The folder also holds general climate art assets and ideas beyond XR-specific