We need new meeting times
djgroos at gmail.com
Thu Oct 1 18:12:56 UTC 2009
Thanks Jordan for using this great collaboration tool -- as tech people we
need to explore and walk our talk...
Note to all--make sure you scroll sideways to see the whole week of choices.
On Thu, Oct 1, 2009 at 10:39 AM, Jordan Mantha <laserjock at ubuntu.com> wrote:
> On Mon, Sep 28, 2009 at 5:09 PM, Caroline Ford
> <caroline.ford.work at googlemail.com> wrote:
> > Can't do 1300 UTC mon -fri. I'll stay up for an 2300 UTC meeting as long
> > I'm not too tired and doesn't go on too long.
> > Do we need to meet all at once? What does it give us that the email list
> > doesn't? Any time we choose will be guaranteed to exclude some people. I
> > don't see how you could have a vote on that basis.
> OK, here's an idea, I just set up a meeting time poll on doodle.com:
> Everybody who's every been or wanted to go to an Edubuntu Meeting
> please go there and give you're preferred times. I think from that
> information we can get a couple times/days that will be suitable for
> the majority of users and spread across a reasonable amount of
> Regarding IRC in generall, while I think this mailing list has often
> been under-utilized, real time communication does tend to make
> decision making go significantly faster. It's also nice for weekly
> status updates. I think a combination of finding a better time,
> rotating the time so that people have a chance to participate even if
> every other week, and utilizing the list better will significantly
> improve both the level and speed at which the community communicates.
> At least that's my dream :-)
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