This project involves the devolution of some or all of the technical responsibilities, relating to the National Association of Writers' Groups.
The devolution is from a single individual: Kevin Machin, the principal author and organiser of the project, to many volunteers. It's envisaged that these recipients of the technical jobs need not have particular hi-tech skills, in order to do their work.
The original project name was “Technical Handover”, but this is misleading. It's a devolution of responsibilities, rather than a complete transfer. It will take some time to achieve and some of the more advanced technical aspects may be retained by the author, at least in the short to middle term.
More details can be found in the project justification.
The technical responsibilities for NAWG currently involve quite a lot of work and a fairly wide range of activities. Details are given in the project scope. In brief, the list includes but is not limited to:
In general, there's no particular rush for things to happen, providing it's understood that technical activities may be delayed or postponed under the current situation. Details are given in the project time scale.
Short term, see stakeholders for full details:
Details to be discussed and documented here, but…
The two most obvious remedial actions for the under-staffing issue are: