danny.piccirillo at ubuntu.com
Tue Jan 29 07:04:22 GMT 2008
On Jan 29, 2008 2:02 AM, Theresa Hepburn <theresa.hepburn at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Yes, there's a presentation planning meeting
> Oh, that would make a lot more sense. I'm of the personal opinion that
> meetings designated for the sole purpose of planning a specific event
> would be their own separate entity with the events. I think this meeting
> agenda designated to the installfest should be with the installfest
> pages and the agenda page should be reserved for general team meetings,
> but I'm only one person, and I don't think that's what we're
> implementing now anyway.
I see what you're saying but the reason we don't do that is that events and
installsfests are for more people than just the core team. That's why
"meetings" is under "team development" on the wiki.
> > I think anyone who makes it as far as to investigating what we will be
> > talking about at future meetings will have a problem at looking at the
> > same agenda, linked to from the same place, on the actual meeting page
> I'm sorry, I'm not certain I understand what you're suggesting. Are you
> saying you want to eliminate the generalized agenda page and create a
> new unique agenda page for every meeting, then create an additional page
> for minutes for every meeting?
Well all meeting pages are based off a template which already includes and
"agenda" section at the top. Originally, it was set up so that under
upcoming meetings, the link would just point to the meeting notes page for
that meeting (which includes that agenda section), but then Martin changed
it so that there is now a separate agenda page that gets copied into the
meeting notes after the meeting because that way we wouldn't have to change
the link each time. I think we should use the original system because it's
really not that hard to change the link for a new meeting, and it makes more
sense when there's more than one upcoming meeting.
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