Hello Everyone,

Greetings. :)

Thank you for your e-mails.  :)

> Would you like to delay this Web FAD to next week?

Good question.  :)

> I'm sorry. I completely forgot to check doodle.

Should another doodle survey be done?

> As we discussed on the IRC a few days back, I was thinking of changing the format of the FAD somewhat. Here's what I had in mind:
> - Collect people ready to participate (We already seem to have this on doodle). Let's say we have "n" volunteers.
> - Appoint one person in-charge of the wiki editing task. The rest "n-1" are "reviewers"
> - Divide the wishlist into "n-1" parts
> - Each reviewer picks up one part and goes through the list
> - We decide a period of 3-4 days (or even a week) for task completion, after which the reviewers mail their results to the wiki editor.
> - Wiki editor updates the wiki page.

> How does this sound? If it looks good, I'll go ahead and make a detailed plan for the "modified FAD" and send it to the list. Please let me know.

Sounds like a plan.  :)

I strongly believe that the Fedora Web FAD Proposal will have support.  :)

My mind thinks that unfortunately having the word "APAC" will highly likely not be to your advantage.  Food for thought.  :v)

Please have a Great Fedora day and/or evening! :~)

Thank You
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