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Regular progress calls occur to keep everyone on track.

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=== Responsibilities ===

nickdaly: will write up notes and keep meeting on track.

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=== Agenda === Agenda:

Regular progress calls occur to keep everyone on track.

Monthly Progress Call

Upcoming Calls:

  • Sunday, November 30th at 6 PM GMT
  • Sunday, December 21st at 6 PM GMT

Calls cover all their topics in an hour, with time for additional discussion afterward.

1. November 30, 6 PM GMT

Notes are available.


  1. 0.3 Release blockers: do any remain? How do they get fixed? Who needs what help, and how do we get them that help? (nickdaly)
  2. Building in Jessie: Impossible? Being fixed? (pere)
  3. Client -> Server and Server -> Client Authentication in Monkeysphere, in Apache (http://lists.alioth.debian.org/pipermail/freedombox-discuss/2014-March/006260.html). (dkg?)

  4. Wireless Access Points: What are next TODOs? (nickdaly, jvalleroy)
  5. Reorganizing documentation and deciding on a good entry point for the project (the wiki?).
  6. Updating freedombox foundation website (sullivan?).
  7. Reorganization of confirmed TODOs list into an issue tracker and other TODOs into wiki. (sunilmohan)
  8. Progress and future of Plinth. Especially, Dashboard work done by Michael Pimmer (fonfon) and package manager UI etc. (sunilmohan, fonfon)
  9. Next meeting: preferred time, date, and communication method?
    • Audio Only: Mumble
    • Video Optional: appear.in, meet.jit.si
    • Do any of the video tools have ways to disable the video, for low-bandwidth situations?

2. December 21st, 2014


  • Progress report on moving the TODO list to ?GitHub and identifying 1.0 blockers.

3. Access

Mumble server: freedombox.mumble.com Port: 9989

  • We are going to be trying out Mumble for voice communications to allow residents outside of the United States to participate without running up a phone bill.
  • You do not need to create a username before hand (just make one up).
  • No passwords are required.
  • There is a client package in debian (mumble) and a GPL client for Andriod phones (plumble).
  • I would recommend you use headphones (or half-duplex mode) to avoid any echo. -mjones

4. Notes

Since it's difficult for multiple people to edit a wiki at one time, notes will be taken at pad.riseup.net, link to be posted in chat before meeting.