On Wed, 2011-09-14 at 17:08 -0430, María Leandro wrote:
meetings where fine at the begining, and should be fine. Perhaps not
weekly, if meetings aren't good enough then we have mail lists (which
we are using now), so consider that everything is a plus for
Compared to the age of the team we have not been running meetings very
long; it's only recently gotten to the point I worry about the meeting
being a waste of time because so few attend (or self-admittedly
'half-attend.') If it's not fun we shouldn't be doing it, I think; if it
was fun attendance would be higher, I think.
If we are having (weekly | biweekly | monthly) meetings then what should
we be using them for?
Maybe we could have a weekly gathering time, but rather than running a
formal meeting we can just schedule it as a kind of social hour you can
show up to if you want a critique or feedback on a design? So if you can
only make it once a month, no problem. But you don't need to be there to
keep up or to pose a question or to give your status; you can feel
comfortable doing so on the mailing list at your own pace instead.