Where to look for information#

There are three major sources of information within 2i2c:

Documentation#

The most stable form of information in 2i2c is documentation that our teams maintain. This is where most information about 2i2c exists. Here are a few major documentation sources for 2i2c:

Google Drive#

We have a Google Drive folder that contains all of 2i2c’s documents that don’t fit into GitHub.

This is a folder under Chris’s Google Drive account, and it is shared with all 2i2c members (so your @2i2c.org address will provide access).

2i2c Google Drive Folder

Public GitHub Issues#

Most of our conversations, planning, and work tracking happens in GitHub. See Planning and coordination workflow for more information.

Private GitHub Issues#

There are a few repositories that we use for tracking private conversations and issues. This is usually personally sensitive or identifiable information, or information that needs to be private until decisions or deals are finalized.

  • 2i2c-org/meta: Private team and organizational conversation.

  • 2i2c-org/leads: Tracking and discussing potential collaborations, partnerships, and communities for our hub service.