Okay, project structures team.
First up - a quick review.
We've got a dedicated Million Speakers Project area on the forum, and we've got a Trello board. This seems to be working okay so far for the initial ideas dump.
Looking ahead, I can see potential value in having a chat space in Slack (just a matter of adding some channels to our existing space) - and Leia's been trying an interesting decision-making tool...
So the real aims for this core group, I think, are:
to keep a weather eye on how things seem to be going organisationally speaking at the moment
to think about what else will need to happen, and how we might support it
I'm thinking that the ideas generating process is something we will want to maintain - that we always have a fresh flow of ideas coming in - and perhaps via that, a fresh flow of people getting involved. So any fine-tuning we can do there will probably be good - 'discuss on forum, move good stuff to Trello' is okay but clunky, so I think there's room for improvement.
Then we need a decision-making step - which ideas get given a shot.
Then we need a team/project organisation step. Trello and Slack might be a good enough combination for that in the first instance, but maybe we can find something better.
And then perhaps it would be a good idea for us to have a short monthly Skype just to touch base and see if there's anything that needs fine tuning, or any new suggestions on the horizon?
What do you think?