[Web Comm] Should we have a meeting soon?
dbrookshier at collab.net
Wed Mar 8 13:05:42 EST 2006
I'm open to the new players, there are a lot of things in the web
site to take care of. No heavy lifting, but many hands make easy work
as they say.
I have edited the agenda in the wiki (had my first collision) with
the call in number and modified and added a few things.
On Mar 8, 2006, at 11:25 AM, Pericles S. Nacionales wrote:
> Agreed. Are Justin and Cameron also interested in joining the
> committee? Do
> we have an agenda for tomorrow's meeting?
> On Wednesday 08 March 2006 10:50, Jason Birch wrote:
>> I think he did :)
>> "Thursday evening should stand for this week though."
>> Let's get that meeting done. I'd suggest meeting during the day the
>> following week, biweekly after that until the site is more developed,
>> and eventually going to monthly meetings with exceptions as
>> directed by
>> circumstance or the board.
>> I think the timeslot Cameron suggested gives us the largest range of
>> possible participants; My preference would be to stick with this
>> instead of alternating. I have regular meetings at work that
>> with that time on Thursdays and Fridays, can we meet next week in
>> time slot?
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Fred Warnock [mailto:fred.warnock at gmail.com]
>> Sent: Wednesday, March 08, 2006 07:58
>> To: dev at webcommittee.osgeo.org
>> Subject: Re: [Web Comm] Should we have a meeting soon?
>> Thanks for the time clocks guys, that's awesome,
>> Any time is ok with me. The meeting should be no longer than an
>> I suggest that from now on we book the meeting for the following
>> week so
>> we can plan accordingly, and that we have meetings no more frequently
>> than once every two weeks... but of course we can discuss that on
>> As Frank mentioned, Daniel is our committee chair, I agree with
>> recommendation about the Chair setting the meeting time. Daniel,
>> do you
>> mind being the final word on the time of the meetings?
>> thanks all,
>> Jody Garnett wrote:
>>> Cameron won't be able to join us, but he did pass back the following
>>> recommended timeslot:
>>> Thanks for the feedback Cameron,
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