On 3/4/07, Karsten Wade <kwade(a)redhat.com> wrote:
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Because decisions are not the focus of an IRC meeting, it means that
FDSCo can have meetings at dual-times to cover all members timezones,
and there is not an obligation to attend. Discussion and decision is
pushed to IRC. But there is room to make decisions in a fair manner.
Then our fixed meeting time/window becomes a place to:
1. Check/update status
2. Regroup and reissue the week's agenda
The outcome of this fixed meeting is:
1. A log to IRC
2. An updated of scheduled tasks
3. A new thread for the week that details the new/updated agenda under
As long as the IRC meetings can alternate and cover all the participants,
I'm in agreement.
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