Leaders Summits are half-day events for everyone who has co-organized an IndieWebCamp or was active organizing Homebrew Website Club meetups in the past two years. (Due to the spread-out nature of our community, many attend remotely).
At the 2017 Leaders summit (before IWS) it was decided to hold these multiple times a year. The next Leaders Summit is planned before IWC Berlin 2017, on 2017-11-03. Please add yourself to the list at Planning#Planned if you want to participate
collect issues here until a specific agenda page for the event is created
- Code of Conduct One of the pieces missing from it is an ombudsmanish contact/enforcement mechanism or a means of helping to resolve issues. Usually at Camps we mention up front who to contact or converse with privately if someone has an issue? How would that/could that be done in our online space? Or at least doing so in private if someone had difficulty in speaking up. I suspect Gen2+ folks may have even bigger issues for contacting leadership for resolution depending on their level of technical ability. Who would they contact and how? Privately at least? cf chat
- Location requires good internet for streaming
- Some kind of conference room microphone or professional videoconference setup (Mozilla locations have Vidyo, which has worked well)
- see also: remote participation
- time: due to the international nature of the community, good times are mornings on the US west coast and evenings in Europe (e.g. 2017/Leaders was at 09:00 PDT (UTC-7) == 16:00 UTC == 18:00 CEST (UTC+2)