On 9/18/07, Paul W. Frields <stickster(a)gmail.com> wrote:
I would like to propose that we move the meeting time. Right now,
are very few people actually doing work for the Docs Project. Our
meeting time should respect first and foremost the schedules of
contributors. If and as that situation changes, we should try to
accommodate as much as possible the contributors.
Let's do it.
I've missed almost all the meetings since we took up a Tuesday
during my workday, because I thought I could make time for it, which I
obviously can't. As one of the frequent contributors, I guess this is
somewhat of a selfish request, and I don't want to shut anyone out of
meetings. On the other hand, IRC is always loggable, and we capture
meetings for the mailing list for those who can't attend.
We should definitely plan around the committed few, and then invite
those interested based on the optimal time for the core group.
We did a scheduling exercise a while back using a time grid on the
wiki. Should we use that technique again?
If yes, I'll set up the page.
Volunteer, Fedora Docs Project