Hi folks, over the last few months of meetings, we were having early discussions about what a satellite event co-located with the next Sustain OSS Summit might look like and what activities we would organize for there.
One example of inter-group collaboration with Sustain, I was recently using the Sustain Governance Readiness Checklist organized by @jlcanovas. I keep coming back to this as a helpful resource to facilitate discussion and guide thinking about open source. I thought it could make for an interesting project for us to consider to support a redesign of the checklist as an activity during the summit.
What a redesign means could be discussed, but generally I was thinking of ways to make the site more visual or interactive than it is currently. This could involve user testing in-person or virtually, creating visualizations or flowcharts of complex questions, and improving the logical grouping of content presented to the reader. I think this is a narrow enough project that it could be worked on during a mini-summit, and if not fully completed, then coordinated for launch after the summit.
Any thoughts or opinions on this as a mini-project? Is it too hands-on for what we are thinking or would something like this be useful to pursue?