TLUG:Organization

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TLUG welcomes members who want to volunteer for any position. You can volunteer to help as much or as little as you want. All contributions are valuable.

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Current Officers

Elected

President

Image:edward.jpg Edward Middleton

Vice President

Treasurer

Image:Tim.jpg Tim Meggs

Appointed

Sysadmin

Image:R muffin thumb.jpg Henri 'ragga muffin' Servomaa

Listmaster

Image:josh_glover.jpg Josh Glover

List Moderators

Webmaster

Image:Smallpenguin.jpg Alain Hoang Image:keith.jpg Keith Bawden

Wikimaster

Image:Smallpenguin.jpg Alain Hoang

Editor in Chief

Proposal: Jmglov 14:19, 28 July 2007 (JST)

Open. If you are interested, volunteer on the tlug-admin mailing list.

Job Descriptions

Elected

President

Vice President

Treasurer

Appointed

Sysadmin

Listmaster

The duties of the Listmaster, in order of decreasing importance, are as follows:

  1. Ensure that the mailing list is receiving and delivering mail.
  2. Ensure that the list archive is functioning correctly and linked appropriately from the main site.
  3. Moderate the mailing list, keeping discussions on-topic, polite, and useful.
  4. Keep our List Policy documentation up to date and clearly stated.
  5. Document the current mailing list mechanism, with an eye on improvements; see also:
    1. TlugAdmin:Email Archives Info
    2. TlugAdmin:Mailing List
  6. Handle automatic deferrals of list-bound mail and sort the spam from the ham.

List Moderators

The duties of the List Moderators are as follows:

  1. Moderate the mailing list, keeping discussions on-topic, polite, and useful.

Webmaster

Wikimaster

Editor in Chief

Proposal: Jmglov 14:19, 28 July 2007 (JST)

I envision the responsibilities of this position to be as follows, in order of decreasing importance:

  1. Actively encourage TLUG members to write high-quality articles that can be published on the TLUG site.
  2. Ensure that submitted articles meet minimal standards of quality as described above.
  3. Guide those articles through the submission process, as outlined by Articles:Policies:Process.
  4. Work with the sysadmins to make sure our bandwidth can scale to handle demand for articles.
  5. Work with the author to publicise his articles.
  6. Recruit language-specific editors to provide the same services for articles written in languages other than English.

Due to the nature of the position, only native-level English speakers should apply.

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