[Incubator] Unresponsive/Inactive Projects
jeroen.ticheler at geocat.net
Thu Sep 18 07:16:05 PDT 2014
Thanks for bringing this up. I agree with you that it makes sense to put projects that are inactive for a longer time on inactive for the incubation process as well. If that then also allows a mentor to assist another project, there is even more reason for this.
So from my point of view a +1 to put inactive projects on hold and let the mentor decide if s/he wants to move on to support another project from the waiting list. The only other prerequisite for this would be that the the inactive project members failed to respond to multiple attempts to contact them.
On 18 sep. 2014, at 15:37, Landon Blake <sunburned.surveyor at gmail.com> wrote:
> Incubation Committee:
> What happens when we get an inactive or unresponsive project in incubation?
> It seems to be a shame to have other projects waiting for an incubation mentor for months or years while another project isn't moving forward in the incubation process.
> Is there a way we can remedy this? For example: Put an incubation project on "inactive" status after a certain number of weeks without communication to the mentor (or actual progress on incubation tasks). Once the project reconnects with the mentor, they can be taken off inactive status. The mentor can then decide to work again with the project, or we could put the project back on the waiting list.
> I bring this up because I haven't heard from the OTB folks in quite a while, even after sending a couple of e-mail messages. I'd rather mentor another willing project while I wait for them to move forward.
> Please share your thoughts. I'm just putting the idea on everyone's radar.
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