🪑 Rotating meeting chair?

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Hey everyone,

A few more people asked me about how to get involved in Fedora Cloud and
one of my usual suggestions is "come to a meeting!" However, the
meetings are always falling on David to run (thank you, David!) and it
might be nice to set up some kind of a rotating meeting chair.

This seems to work well in FESCo-land and we might be able to adopt a
similar meeting process[0]. We normally ask if someone is interested in
being the chair for the next meeting just before a meeting ends.

These meetings will likely become more important as we work through the
remaining items required to restore the Cloud Base to an official Fedora


I'm happy to throw my hat in the ring for one of the upcoming meetings.

[0] https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/FESCo_meeting_process
[1] https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Changes/RestoreCloudEdition

Major Hayden

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