Ankur, thank you for your e-mail. :)
Thank you for the reminder. I've updated the agenda page with
whatever information I had about the action tasks etc.
Every one else should, of course, go through the agenda and do the same.
I've opened two new tickets that I'd like discussed this time:
* Inform current budget status every alternate meeting:
The idea being that publishing this information via the meeting logs at least ensures
that any one who goes through them will be aware of the status of the APAC budget. More
details on the other advantages are on the ticket itself
+1, I like that idea. Great food for our thoughts. :D
* Share Tuan's budgeting responsibilities:
It's less a decision, more a call for help. I'd like a new member of the APAC
ambassadors to give Tuan a helping hand. Again, more details on the ticket. If you want
to propose a candidate, please have a chat with them and comment on the ticket. The
meeting will be used to decide who Tuan's helper will be.
+1!!! Good thoughts indeed! :D
I'll be most grateful if you can please go through the tickets
and provide your proposals/comments.
+1, very true and I have updated the above two tickets and I strongly concur with Ankur
that this be "actioned" and done by us, APAC'ers. :v)
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