On Tue, 2007-09-18 at 21:29 +0300, John Babich wrote:
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, there
> 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 time
> 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.
> Thoughts? Comments?
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.
I was playing with Google Calendar and wanted to use this resource in
the future. John helpfully tried setting up a conflict resolver there,
but once we get more than a couple people involved it could look really
ugly, and since the calendar is set up to notify fedora-docs-list, that
could *really* be a hoot. So I set up this page instead, based on
Here's what I would suggest:
* Mark your initials (JB, PWF, etc.) in any box where you CAN'T attend.
* Remember this is UTC!
* Once everyone's done, we try and pick a box where key contributors CAN
attend (i.e. their initials don't appear in the box), and as few other
initials appear as possible.
Paul W. Frields, RHCE http://paul.frields.org/
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