Ankur and Tuan, thank you for your e-mails. :)
> > I think there is a need to review the APAC FY2014 Budget.
> Yes. I saw Tuan's mail about the ticket. The ticket
doesn't really require a meeting IMO. We've just recently accepted Tuan's
proposal that meetings should only be for final decisions, and not discussions. If
everyone could just go over the ticket and make the required changes (or comment to
discuss), I think it should be sufficient.
That should be ok.
Your call guys, but here are a couple of thoughts. ;)
If people update the ticket, then "good." If not, then you guys need options.
IRC is an option to help make the issue become reality. The following is a food for
I strongly believe that an IRC cuts the wheat from the shaft or gets the rice from field
quicker with less do and fro via the trac system. This would help supplement the updates
to be provided into trac. Consider this, unfortunately, it has been a week, since the
last meeting and alas, ticket #70 has "zero" is that a good word inputs even
though this was an action stated three times during the meeting. Not sure what to think
about that one. Now, I have made an update to #70. :)
David, do you think we should on IRC anymore? If that, I am usually
available from 8:00AM to 12:00PM (Hanoi time, GMT+7)
Action begets progress. :)
> *** APAC, please go over the ticket and make changes ASAP. This
needs to be done before the next FAmSCo meeting from what I gather off the ticket. ***
> Waiting to hear from Tuan on this.
+1 Ankur! :)
Yes, my rough schedule is:
- April 07th: collecting comments, ideas and esp. all updates to budget.
+1, if you need ideas, then IRC is your friend. At this point, time is on your side and
choices are there. :D
- April 09th: final discussion in FAmSCo meeting.
- Apirl 13th: final decision in APAC meeting.
Information allows for an effective decision making process. We need to have
"effective" attendance at the meetings and if budget is important, then consider
You should put your comments direct to the ticket and make changes in
your original wiki pages.
All action items need to followed up or everything gets lost in ether. ;)
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