Re: Planning to close Community Group due to inactivity unless we hear from you


Thanks for the heads up.

The is some activity concerned with the topic of interest of the group.

Currently, that activity is low profile and where visible is gthub and
mailing list focused.

The first implementation of the OS software shared by the group has only
recently been publicly referenced.  Hopefully this will stimulate other
uses, interest, and discussion around further evolution of the reference
Bibframe2Schema mapping.

Please don’t close us down.

   Richard Wallis

On 20 Oct 2023 at 21:01:18, Team Community Process <> wrote:

> Dear participants in the
> Community Group
> In March 2023 we contacted you because your Community Group appeared to
> have become inactive (per [1]). Based on feedback in response to our
> message, we did not close the group, with the expectation that the group
> would soon become more active. Six months later, your group appears to
> still be inactive, and we are more inclined to close it unless we hear
> compelling reasons not to.
> If your group is in fact active, we recommend the following:
>  * Let us know where the activity is going on so that we can update our
> data and improve our tools.
>  * Update your group home page with news of your activities. Chairs can
> use the group Wordpress instance of the group to post news; let us know if
> you have any questions.
> If you have good reason to believe the group will soon become active,
> please let us know.
> If you are merely hopeful it will, or if you would like us to close the
> group, or if we do not hear from you in the next 30 days, we will plan to
> close the group.
> Thank you,
> CG/BG System
> [1]

Received on Monday, 23 October 2023 14:21:23 UTC