Loomio
October 12th, 2016 16:52

Target people to come join this group

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Amelia Rose Khan Public Seen by 531

Normally, you are targeting people who you would like to come join the group. They can be Twitter employees or tech heavy weights or others.

There is a semicircle that is created and then you make very boxes and on the far left side are people who are on your side, and so on, until you get to people who will never move to your side.

Once that graphic is created, you are trying to move each of the various kinds of people to the left.

Alanna Irving

Alanna Irving October 13th, 2016 02:32

@ameliarosekhan are you suggesting a specific approach to inviting more people to join?

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Amelia Rose Khan October 13th, 2016 08:42

Well, yes and no. I am suggesting more of this place a list of people who should be invited.

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Amelia Rose Khan October 13th, 2016 12:18

If people want to invite a people who is tech gaint but don't have connections or people within the twitter company etc.

Thomas Euler

Thomas Euler October 13th, 2016 13:31

@ameliarosekhan: That is a good idea. We already have a document that is kinda trying to do this on Slack: https://buytwitter.slack.com/files/thomase/F2MMJ9XL0/Outreach

Currently, the focus is on bloggers & media people but it already contains some other folks. Is that (sort of) what you're looking for?

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Amelia Rose Khan October 13th, 2016 13:45

Yes that document is good. Who is able to edit the document and how do people get into that discussion?

Thomas Euler

Thomas Euler October 13th, 2016 13:53

The file is on Slack and editable by every user over there. It can be found via file search and the best place to address this issue would be the #communications channel.

Hope that helps :smiley:

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Amelia Rose Khan October 13th, 2016 14:02

Great news. I will join that channel. Should this discussion still be up on loomio or moved over to Slack? If moving to slack, there should be somewhere on loomio that people know this discussion is happening over there.

Thomas Euler

Thomas Euler October 13th, 2016 14:50

We are in the process of setting-up a document where we outline the structure channel and interplay b/w loomio and slack.

In short: loomio for decision/making, slack for in-depth discussion.

But I agree, it's rather urgent to make onboarding/orientation easier :)

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Amelia Rose Khan October 13th, 2016 15:23

Does that mean, this thread should be deleted?

Alanna Irving

Alanna Irving October 17th, 2016 09:59

I think it's OK to leave it in case someone had the same question you did :)

KS

Katharina Simon October 22nd, 2016 21:05

is that still ongoing?

John Gieryn

John Gieryn November 1st, 2016 22:49

in progress here

also @ameliarosekhan there is this investors contact list that was shared.

SG

Simon Giger January 30th, 2017 20:50

Thomas wrote: "We are in the process of setting-up a document where we outline the structure channel and interplay b/w loomio and slack." - I'd like to have a such a guideline.

What i totally agree with is in short: loomio for decision/making (only), slack for in-depth and on surface discussion, that eventually bring up the desire to make a group decision.

If we would only have an agreement on that! Since more people are writing on loomio i feel totally lost, since topics are popping out like mushrooms and the only thing i get are a lot of emails, instead of "proper" slack communication. Some people like @marklatham are setting up threads for new people getting on board, but apart from that, i think we lack a communication that gives people the fast insight what's going on in the different topics, well i'd prefer channels.

Now decisions are made that are not lacking the interest, but lacking informed members. Since not many people are reading this now, I am not sure how to bring structure back. I could make a proposal, but what authority do we have? What we need is an agreement upon how this whole makes decisions.

Does that resonate with you?