Tips from past committee members


(Anton Katunin) #1

Our best piece of advice to pass forward on how to be effective as committee members in running Ruby Australia.

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(Anton Katunin) #2

Previous feedback

Richie Khoo (2011-2012) @richiekhoo - “Help the noobs.”

Richie Khoo (2011-2012) @richiekhoo - “As the inaugural secretary, I would expect secretary role going forward would take no more than a few hours a month on average.”

Keith Pitty (2011-2012) @keithpitty - “Remember that the purpose of Ruby Australia is to support the Australian Ruby community. As I write, I see that support consisting of helping to smooth the transition from one Rails Camp to the next, helping organise Ruby conferences and publicising local Ruby meetups. In essence I like to think that three words encapsulate our community: respect, share, code.”


(Tom Ridge) #3

The committee is your chance to affect change within the community. Having something you want to champion in mind, or being able to take charge/assist with one of the items/goals the committee is currently working on will make your time here rewarding, engaging and actually pretty damned fun.