[KI-LC] A thought about Projects vs Groups

Ken Dagg kendaggtbs at gmail.com
Tue Nov 12 17:11:07 UTC 2019


Colin,

I’m for the idea as stated by Jim. That is, projects within a work group
structure. That is the structure IAWG has found itself in over the past
year or so.

I’m not really for the idea of projects across all work groups. I’ve found
that getting volunteers within a IAWG is challenging enough. In certain
situations (projects) IAWG has asked for volunteers from other work groups
and some (a very few) have helped out. In my opinion, having to staff
projects by asking for volunteers from across all groups would result in
having even fewer volunteers than we currently have.

Ken



On Tue, Nov 12, 2019 at 10:38 AM Jim Pasquale <jim at digi.me> wrote:

> I couldn’t agree more Colin, the Chairs of both CIS & CMS have been moving
> towards project based initiatives base on two simple reason, not everyone
> in a WG have the same depth or interest in a general topic of challenge.
> Resulting in fewer people contributing to the overall group goal, where
> projects inside of an over arching WG with project contributing to say a
> general WG called Information Sharing allows for smaller teams to work on
> specific project they are both interested in and have some level of skin in
> the game, for whatever the reason.
>
> I like the idea!
>
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> *From: *Colin Wallis Kantara <colin at kantarainitiative.org>
> *Subject: **[KI-LC] A thought about Projects vs Groups*
> *Date: *November 11, 2019 at 11:42:47 AM EST
> *To: *Kantara Leadership Council <lc at kantarainitiative.org>
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> Greetings Chairs
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> I was on a call today with Mark Farmer, Virtual Inc's Sponsorship lead. As
> we chatted, he drew some parallels with some similar orgs that are clients
> of theirs and mentioned one that relies on sponsorship significantly, has
> moved away from groups, and actually just does projects... over 100 of them
> in this case.
>
> Thinking about how we get tangled up with different projects in one group
> which is bound to one IPR regime, I had the thought that it might be a way
> forward for us too.
>
> What do you think?
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