As a new member, where is the information?
Forked out of the Dedicated board website conversation.
Is there a page I haven't noticed that has the current state of the PPNZ for various things like the policies being discussed, organisation and composition of the Board, I read something about Working Groups, is that still current, is there a list of them and info like what they're working on, who's in them, etc?
@passcod If you say: backlog: do you mean the forum that we don’t use anymore? I would recommend to see it as an archive. We now only discuss things in loomio…
I haven't looked at the forum yet, mostly because there's already so much backlog on Loomio I haven't gone through, and that when the forum is mentioned, it is usually also said to not be used anymore, so what's the point.
Certainly, positions lined out in the wiki are still valid, but they are hard to find and get your head around.
For the wiki, are you talking about this: http://pirateparty.org.nz/w/index.php?title=Special:RecentChanges&days=365 which has had only 5 updates in the past year? I haven't found another. Is that implying that everything on the wiki is current or that all of it save a page or two is aged?
If you are keen to see the party take a particular stance on anything important to you, you are best off simply starting a new discussion in the policy group. If we have a position in that area already, it will probably quickly be mentioned and referenced by someone and the discussion can start working from that point onwards.
What if I am keen to see what the party is discussing right now, or has been doing, etc? I'm not particularly keen to spam with "have you done this" threads, and the argument is also about browsing vs. searching.
I'm not asking only for myself, I'm noticing that I am having trouble finding all of this, and I'm pretty patient and ok with looking around for things and reading backlog, much more so than many.
Generally, not only for this particular thing, me having trouble either means that I'm stupid or blind, or that almost everyone else has given up.