Loomio
Wed 9 Apr 2014 7:21PM

How should we take minutes?

LF Luke Flegg Public Seen by 23

Deciding the best way to take minutes

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Luke Flegg Wed 9 Apr 2014 7:24PM

I'm not sure what to propose, but my thinking is that Rizzoma is currently holding our most sensitive data (passwords etc) so shouldn't be public, right? However, minutes surely should be public. Should we have 2 Rizzoma threads?
We could host Minutes on our FB group, which could be nice cause it's super accessible & easy, but could get a bit messy if we have loads of documents in 'Files'... If those are the 2 best options we've got, I think probably FB group until we can find build a better alternative..

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Alex Chozabu P-B Fri 11 Apr 2014 12:18AM

Rizzoma should never contain sensitive information such as passwords!

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Poll Created Fri 11 Apr 2014 12:20AM

Remove any super-sensitive information such as login/passwords from Rizzoma! Closed Sat 12 Apr 2014 5:53PM

Outcome
by Alex Chozabu P-B Tue 25 Apr 2017 5:22AM

Rizzoma not ideal for storing passwords. I second Dans mention of lastpass.

This kind of info should not be on a service such as Rizzoma. This is kinda asking for trouble. Two separate Rizzoma threads could be good - but even a private thread should not be considered "secure".

Results

Results Option % of points Voters
Agree 100.0% 4 LF ACP DH TD
Abstain 0.0% 0  
Disagree 0.0% 0  
Block 0.0% 0  
Undecided 0% 10 LS CBS SP DU BF GM SH JT LG LKF

4 of 14 people have voted (28%)

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Alex Chozabu P-B
Agree
Fri 11 Apr 2014 12:21AM

Rizzoma, FB, G+, Trello should not be used to store such sensitive information.

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Daniel Harris
Agree
Fri 11 Apr 2014 6:04AM

Use LastPass or some other secure cross-platform password manager that allows sharing passwords securely.

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Luke Flegg
Disagree
Fri 11 Apr 2014 11:59AM

I think this is a perfect example of a proposal which is in a resistance format instead of problem solving format. It's an anti-idea - though I totally agree with the premise, the actual proposal is in the body. I suggest that a new discussion is cr-

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Luke Flegg
Abstain
Fri 11 Apr 2014 12:02PM

I think this is a perfect example of a proposal which is in a resistance format instead of problem solving format. It's an anti-idea - though I totally agree with the premise, the actual proposal is in the body. I suggest that a new discussion is cr-

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Tiana Dixon
Agree
Fri 11 Apr 2014 10:33PM

I'm thinking that having the sensitive information removed from Rizzoma at least for the moment is the best bet until we agree upon a safer way to store it.

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Luke Flegg
Agree
Sat 12 Apr 2014 4:51PM

I think this is a perfect example of a proposal which is in a resistance format instead of problem solving format. It's an anti-idea - though I totally agree with the premise, the actual proposal is in the body. I suggest that a new discussion is cr-

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Luke Flegg
Agree
Sat 12 Apr 2014 4:52PM

So long as Rizzoma still links externally to the Google Doc full of passwords (is that the only sensitive data we're talking about?)

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Daniel Harris Fri 11 Apr 2014 6:02AM

I use LastPass to store all my passwords and generate a new complex password for each site. I also use it to share passwords with other developers in my team. It's pretty cool. Note never use the same password twice!

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Luke Flegg Fri 11 Apr 2014 12:01PM

-eated titled "How might we store our sensitive data more appropriately?" and inside is a proposal to create a separate Rizzoma topic for it.

In other news - HORRIBLE word limit! arghh

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Luke Flegg Fri 11 Apr 2014 12:03PM

I think the removal of the sensitive data from Rizzoma is not the solution - it's the by-product of the solution. Simply removing it from Rizzoma makes the whole situation slightly worse methinks x

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Luke Flegg Fri 11 Apr 2014 12:05PM

Loomio is a really long way off from the visions I have for a holistic cooperative change-making platform. Just on our equivalent of this page, for starters, I think the ability to list multiple arguments For & Against will be a maaajor improvement

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Luke Flegg Sat 12 Apr 2014 4:50PM

Okay I guess the data is actually already on Google Drive, not even stored on Rizzoma (just embedded inside), so yeah let's just replace the embedded document with a link to the Google Doc? With its current security setting, people won't be able to access it unless logged in with authorized account.