[Foundation-l] Communications Projects Group

Sean Whitton (Xyrael) sean at silentflame.com
Wed Mar 28 16:18:07 UTC 2007

We were considering comprocom to distinguish from the special projects
committee, how does that sound?

On 3/28/07, Łukasz Garczewski <lgarczewski at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 3/28/07, Cary Bass <cbass at wikimedia.org> wrote:
> > Call for volunteers:
> >
> > The Wikimedia Foundation is looking for volunteers to contribute to
> > forming a Communications Projects Committee, for the purpose of acting
> > on specialized communications requests, such as researching press lists,
> > analyzing media coverage, as well as other functions not presently
> > covered under ComCom.
> Great to see this is getting off the ground. To all those of you who
> do not have any experience with Wikimedia committees - try it, it's
> rewarding, fun and gives you real influence over a part of the
> organization. Note, however, that it is also hard work. :)
> On a side note: Cary & Sandy (and the committee, once it's formed) -
> try making the shortened name a bit more 'readable', ComProjCom is a
> bit longish and complicated. E.g. 'CPCom' (like SPCom) or ComPCom
> (might be too similar to ComCom).
> --
> Łukasz 'TOR' Garczewski
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—Sean Whitton (Xyrael/xyr)
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