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Re: Budget to Bursaries and Invited Speakers

Paulo Henrique Santana dijo [Tue, Oct 02, 2018 at 12:35:28PM -0300]:
> > I am not certain whether I will have the time to continue being the 
> > Content Team lead (am still willing to, but I'll have to decide closer 
> > to the beginning of 2019). But my opinion, which seems to be shared by 
> > the team, is that it is not _required_.
> By the way, who is the content team today?

AFAICT, the content@debconf.org alias currently reaches:

- Ana Guerrero <ana@ekaia.org>
- Andreas Tille <andreas@an3as.eu>
- Gunnar Wolf <gwolf@debian.org>
- Jonathan Bustillos <jathanblackred@openmailbox.org>
- Martin Zobel-Helas <zobel@debian.org>
- Michael Banck <mbanck@debian.org>
- Nicolas Braud-Santoni <nicolas@braud-santoni.eu>
- Rafael Rivas <tatotat@gmail.com>
- Santiago Ruano <santiagorr@riseup.net>
- Tássia Camões <tassia@debian.org>
- Znoteer <znoteer@mailbox.org>

Not all of them were active in the role for DC18.

> > Sometimes it's important to 
> > have specific people invited to tackle from an outsiders' perspective 
> > specific issues we face, and I guess we *might* invite _somebody_, but 
> > I cannot justify earmarking US$5000 for this. 
> I hope that this change does not happen in our round because it can
> be very useful to Open Day.

Content team does not organize the Open Day. Specific budget can be
given to Open Day if you think this is needed; making this budget be
for invited speakers (and thus handled via Content) falls in the same
situation that David described that happened WRT invited speakers and
bursaries - One team required another one to approve things regarding
its "inner" affairs.

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