As many of you may know, the Jupyter community is undergoing a collaborative process to research and propose a new model of governance for the organization. We are breaking down some key items into specific questions for the community. We’d love to hear your thoughts, ideas, concerns, and general responses.
We’ve broken down those questions into 5 broad categories, and we’ll make a small post each week on this community forum.
As these are posted, we invite you to give your own feedback and answer any questions you’d like within the thread we post.
Please join us in this process, here are a few options to follow along:
Regularly check the Governance category here
“Subscribe” to updates in this channel. You can do so by clicking the circular button in the top right. Here’s what it looks like, check “watching” to get notifications for all new activity.
If you’d like to get email notifications about new activity, modify your forum email preferences here
Aside from answering these weekly question threads, you can write your own free-form thoughts as a blog post or a new forum topic, and link them to this forum thread.
Join a weekly governance office hours conversation, where we discuss general topics in Jupyter governance and brainstorm key questions each week.
We hope this helps everyone feel more included and welcome to participate, and we continue to listen for ways in which we can make progress while engaging all. The first few questions are listed below, roughly categorized as “community engagement”. Below is a summary of our status and thoughts on these. Next week we’ll continue with a different topic.
– the weekly Governance Refactor team
note: I’m also marking this post as editable by others, so feel free to add your own suggestions as you like.