The Partner Meeting is a companion meeting to Connect 2019 and is not for general conference attendees. It is a business meeting for representatives of Samvera's formal Partner Organizations only.
Location: Washington University in St. Louis
Room: 142 Olin Library (available from 8 AM CST - 7 PM CST)
Date and Time: Monday, 10/21/18,
Equipment: Seating for 60 with tables or 100 without tables. Podium with PC, DVD/VCR and projector
Food/Drink: A light breakfast with tea/coffee and a mid morning & mid afternoon snack will be provided. Lunch will not be provided.
Chairs: Brian McBride (University of Utah), Richard Green (Samvera Operations Officer)
Remote Connection Information: (TBD)
We should have a the ability for streaming the meeting.
Final Agenda (TBD)
Please add your name if you attended the Partner meeting at Connect
Brian McBride (University of Utah)
Richard Green (Samvera Operations Officer)
Michael J. Giarlo (Stanford University)
|Governance review after first year||Rosalyn Metz?||The Governance working Group required an annual review of the "new" governance procedures.|
|Steering by-laws review||Richard Green||Proposal to make a slight addition: Proposed changes to Bylaws for November 2019|
|Contribution Model Working Group #2 report||Rosalyn Metz?|
|Fundraising and DuraSpace/Lyrasis merger||Richard Green||Report on the changes caused by the merger and on 2019 fundraising. Proposals for fundraising 2020.|
|Report on progress towards permanent appointments||Jon Dunn||A Steering sub-committee hopes to have draft job descriptions written no later than this meeting. Need discussing/approval (subject to a Partner vote?)|
|Spring f2f meeting - host and timeframe||Richard||Stanford Spring Break (LDCX) seems to be two weeks beginning Monday 16/3 (web info). Easter is the weekend of Sunday 12 April.|
|Dates for VC2020?||All?|
|Might Connect have a 'proper' keynote in 2020?||All|
|Fundraising WG final report||Jon Dunn, Richard Green|
|Review viability and usefulness of partner monthly phone calls||Karen Cariani||Assess the impact and value of the partner meetings. Who attends regularly? What is accomplished by the phone calls? How can they be improved?|