Re: Benefits of joining ScrumAlliance
- --- In email@example.com, "Marco Abis" <abis@a...> wrote:
> Do you think that a non-volunteer ScrumAlliance.org which would providefee could
> interesting material, services, and so forth to the CSM who pays the
> be much more appreciated?If paid staff (or consultants) are necessary to create a top-quality
website and compile the best content, perhaps...
Do we think this could change the quality, the attractiveness, the
value of the site? Who would do the hiring? What if we had a volunteer
steering committee of CSMs to guide hiring and requirements? (I might
well volunteer to help "steer")
My thrust was more along the lines of: *since* we will need to
volunteer to make this work, let's make sure there is sufficient
return for those who volunteer. But this is an interesting idea too,
particularly for starting it up again :-)
I'll turn it around in my mind a bit. My tendency is to avoid
complicated structures if not needed, but... sometimes we need
something a little more formal. Thanks for expressing the idea, Marco.
- Hi Deb,
> And on that note - how about we wrap voting up on Friday night?That
> will have given both weekend and weekday readers a chance. Fromthat
> point the pigs can (flock? what do pigs do? oh, Scrum! :-) anddecide
> how to move forward.Sounds good to me.
I can't recall what we call a "collection" of pigs but we could
use "forage" as our call to action!
> You can also volunteer to be a "pig" on the project there.members?)
> So far, voting has been light (understatement, for a list of 800
It is worth noting that all pigs will be worked hard. Chickens who
oink need not apply :-D.
John A Thomson - CSM