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Re: [Foundation Board] [User-committee] User Group Communication

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Melvin,
My team is running meetups in Boston and Austin.

From: Melvin Hillsman [mailto:mrhillsman@gmail.com]
Sent: Thursday, April 13, 2017 8:14 PM
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Subject: [User-committee] User Group Communication

Hey everyone,
One of our primary passions as UC members is to stay connected to User Groups right!? I know for the Forum I took time to ping those who are listed as organizers for every OpenStack user group listed on meetup.comhttp://meetup.com and quite honestly it took awhile and I am sure I missed a few among the hundred or so direct messages I had to send.
Do we have an updated list of User Group organizers and a way to reach them directly? I know we have the blog and we have ML but in my honest opinion and what has worked best for me is being able to reach out to these organizers directly and being proactive and engaging them. I would like to not have to go through the pain of meetup.comhttp://meetup.com direct messaging going forward if possible because something is already in place.
If not, do we have something in place we can use that goes to the organizers directly and keeps a line of communication open between them and us? If the answer is no to this as well, anyone have any ideas? I would like to as I stated previously be able to reach out to these organizers worldwide directly as a UC member.

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Kind regards,

Melvin Hillsman
Ops Technical Lead
OpenStack Innovation Center

mrhillsman@gmail.commrhillsman@gmail.com
phone: (210) 312-1267
mobile: (210) 413-1659
http://osic.org

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asked Apr 14, 2017 in openstack-board by Arkady.Kanevsky_at_d (1,480 points)   1

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Hi Melvin,

The community mailing list is for user group leaders and a great way to
reach them:

http://lists.openstack.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/community

You can also find the list of user groups and links in the groups portal,
found under the o.o/community: https://groups.openstack.org

Sonia Ramza recently started putting together monthly newsletters for user
group leaders if you want to contribute content (or just shoot a note to
the community mailing list).

https://www.openstack.org/blog/2017/03/user-group-newsletter-march-2017/

Thanks!

On April 13, 2017 8:14:51 PM Melvin Hillsman mrhillsman@gmail.com wrote:

Hey everyone,

One of our primary passions as UC members is to stay connected to User
Groups right!? I know for the Forum I took time to ping those who are
listed as organizers for every OpenStack user group listed on meetup.com
and quite honestly it took awhile and I am sure I missed a few among the
hundred or so direct messages I had to send.

Do we have an updated list of User Group organizers and a way to reach them
directly? I know we have the blog and we have ML but in my honest opinion
and what has worked best for me is being able to reach out to these
organizers directly and being proactive and engaging them. I would like to
not have to go through the pain of meetup.com direct messaging going
forward if possible because something is already in place.

If not, do we have something in place we can use that goes to the
organizers directly and keeps a line of communication open between them and
us? If the answer is no to this as well, anyone have any ideas? I would
like to as I stated previously be able to reach out to these organizers
worldwide directly as a UC member.

--
Kind regards,

Melvin Hillsman
Ops Technical Lead
OpenStack Innovation Center

mrhillsman@gmail.com
phone: (210) 312-1267
mobile: (210) 413-1659
http://osic.org

Learner | Ideation | Belief | Responsibility | Command



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responded Apr 14, 2017 by Lauren_Sell (2,240 points)   5
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On 廿十七年四月十四日 朝 09:13, Melvin Hillsman wrote:
Hey everyone,

One of our primary passions as UC members is to stay connected to User
Groups right!? I know for the Forum I took time to ping those who are
listed as organizers for every OpenStack user group listed on meetup.com
and quite honestly it took awhile and I am sure I
missed a few among the hundred or so direct messages I had to send.

Do we have an updated list of User Group organizers and a way to reach
them directly? I know we have the blog and we have ML but in my honest
opinion and what has worked best for me is being able to reach out to
these organizers directly and being proactive and engaging them. I would
like to not have to go through the pain of meetup.com
direct messaging going forward if possible because
something is already in place.

If not, do we have something in place we can use that goes to the
organizers directly and keeps a line of communication open between them
and us? If the answer is no to this as well, anyone have any ideas? I
would like to as I stated previously be able to reach out to these
organizers worldwide directly as a UC member.

Hi Melvin,

Organisers of user groups register their details in the groups portal,
https://groups.openstack.org . The groups portal can provide a
live-updated list of their email addresses to authorised users.

The use of the community mailing list
(http://lists.openstack.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/community ) is also
encouraged.

Regards,

Tom


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