Hey @T-compiler -- there is now an Inside Rust blog we can use to post minutes, make announcements, and the like. I think posting status updates and the like here will be a great way to bring visibility to the work we're doing, and also to help draw attention to places where we'd like help.
I've been drafting up the policies for posting but the intention is that anything "team related" is fair game.
So I'd say feel free to open PRs, and/or ping me if you've got any doubts.
(Also, cc me by name in the PR to bring it to my attention, or pnkfelix I guess?)
I would propose not to post minutes. I feel like if there is a regular stream of routine content their, people may stop reading it...
Hmm, I partially agree
I was nervous about that
but I think it makes sense to post perhaps minute excerpts
in particular "calls for help"
also the working group updates
I think having that plus a link to full minutes feels good
I agree nobody cares which PRs we backport
oh, also, it seems like there are a lot of more interesting meetings -- most notably design meetings, but also the "off the cuff" design meetings we sometimes have -- that would be worth documenting
what about a less frequent highlights post from the project where things could be taken from minutes and probably elsewhere?
the drawback is that it demands a bit of work but maybe doing a bi-weekly post about that or something may be nice
that could work too
we'd need a designated person (or group of people) to keep track of it
I think it'd be interesting to post the minutes in an "unlisted" fashion somehow
e.g. such that they're in an official place but not in the main list of posts
they are posted on the compiler-team repo
so i'm not sure if you mean more than that
we could do better about ensuring people do it for all meetings
hm, sure, but I feel like a blog.rust-lang.org URL feels more official rather than some github repo
Though maybe we just get TWIR to link to the compiler minutes
I've been thinking more that maybe we need to consolidate the compiler-team, lang-team, core-team, fo-bar repos a bit ...
(or maybe have some "scraping" tool that populates something on the web site)
well we had https://github.com/rust-lang/meeting-minutes
no what I want is different
not just minutes
anyway sorry :)