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ace at suares.an
Fri Sep 11 23:58:57 UTC 2009
> I have a few comments:
> - I would be interested to take part in regular meetings, but I am in
> europe. maybe there is a way to incorporate that in the planning
Can you please state some days and times that you will be available, and
please don't forget to mention your timezone!
> - can you be more elaborate of how the meeting will be done, which tools
> will be used, etc
(it's location might change soon, but for now this page gives the most
> - will there be meeting minutes available somewhere. I can see you
> smile, but it would be important for somebody who can not attend to
> catch up
The page also mentions a link to the "Logs and Records'.
(locatiojn of that page might change in the near future).
> - if the available time is limited. how can somebody - like me e.g. -
> bring up his issues and questions? where can items be raised?
You can edit the Agenda in the wiki; just add your points in:
or, you can send a mail to the list with subject 'Agenda Items' and I
will put it there, as a service :-)
> so much for the moment. have a nice evening/day.
Same to you!
> Am Freitag, den 11.09.2009, 07:48 -0400 schrieb Jordan Mantha:
>> On Fri, Sep 11, 2009 at 7:11 AM, Ace Suares <ace at suares.an> wrote:
>>> Gaging the reaction to the meeting schedule, it looks like there is VERY
>>> LITTLE interest in edubuntu meetings. If that is the general situation,
>>> then I think that is very sad.
>> How did you come to that conclusion? I wouldn't expect much response
>> to a simple meeting announcement. My general feeling is that people
>> are interested in Edubuntu meetings but availability can be an issue.
>> Most of us have day jobs, and often day jobs that don't lend
>> themselves to 1-2 hr IRC sessions. For this to work very well I think
>> there needs to be regular, scheduled, alternating meeting times like
>> we used to with the 12:00, 20:00 on Wednesday meetings. I think a
>> tightly focused meeting agend/schedule is important. Probably 1 hr
>> *max* meetings, even if that means pushing agenda items to the next
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