A regular meeting of the Django Software Foundation Board of Directors was held via teleconference starting on 13 June, 2013, 10am CST. Russell Keith-Magee led the meeting.
- Alex Gaynor
- Karen Tracey
- Russell Keith-Magee
- Adrian Holovaty
- Jeremy Dunck
- Joseph Kocherhans
- Andy McKay
- The board thanked Alex Gaynor for his work on the board.
- The board welcomed Jeremy Dunck to the Foundation board.
- The board welcomed Andy McKay as the Foundation secretary.
- Changes on the board are also detailed in a blog post.
Russell reported draft has been circulated. Awaiting feedback from the Django Software Foundation membership.
Travel assistance committee?
Russell reported no change.
DjangoCon US pricing
The board is in conversations with Steve Holden over the price of the conference. This year fixed costs abnormally high. There is consideration for cutting some elements such as the evening receptions to reduce costs.
The ongoing redesign of djangoproject.com. Adrian to reach out to some designers for possible estimates.
Malcolm Tredinnick fund
Russell clarified that the aim of the fund is to provide financial assistance to developers for conference travel. Jeremy is to work on creating a draft for specifying winning criteria for the fund. Hoping to get the fund in place for this years DjangoCon US.
Malcolm Tredinnick memorial at DjangoCon US.
Russell to approach Steve Holden to discuss this.
General Code of Conduct
Alex reviewing current feedback.
Russell replied to a question about Django marketing.
Sponsorship of Kiwi PyCon
A request for sponsorship was made by Kiwi Pycon. This was approved by the board and amount confirmed by Joseph.
Django Software Foundation Membership
Tim Graham was added as a developer member of the Foundation. It was recommended that all Django committers should gain developer membership automatically. Russell is to review all committers to check that they have developer membership.
11th July 2013, 10am CST
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