2017-01-28 at 21:55:40
On the 28th of January we, the Mozilla Switzerland, community held another community meetup to organize ourselves for the next few months in 2017.
We did a start/stop/continue analysis of our work in 2016. Here's the result:
With that in mind, we came up with a few goals for the first half of the year. Since we all agreed on stopping to do unrealistic goals we focused on the most voted ones from above. Of course this doesn't mean that we will only do those, so everyone is encouraged to also do their own initiatives and we will still have our monthly meetups to bring topics forward.
These are our goals for the first half of 2017. Our motto is: Complete goals and do more instead of running after goal completion and not succeed like we did in the past year.
Experiment: Organize Bootcamp/Barcamp style conference (community proposes talks and votes on them to be done at the beginning) with a broader Web topic. If successful this can be done more frequently and maybe even be adapted to fit into an evening, or be expanded to two days. Our hypothesis is that this brings in more interested people than the talks we regularly organize without clear call-to-action.
We continue to ask Mozilla to make its decision process more transparent, so community members can feel more involved.
All currently used communication channels are clearly listed on mozilla.ch
Our new Twitter tool is in place and functional and the primary Twitter client which enables all of our community to send tweets.
Experiment: Create Telegram channel
Non-primary goals, we will keep in mind but are not phrased as official goals:
In the next few days we will open corresponding issues in the mozilla.ch participation repository to track this work.