FESCo meeting today at 20:00 UTC!
dennis at ausil.us
Tue Nov 20 14:49:56 UTC 2007
On Tuesday 20 November 2007, Jesse Keating wrote:
> On Tue, 20 Nov 2007 14:26:02 +0100
> Christopher Aillon <caillon at redhat.com> wrote:
> > While I was unable to attend at this time anyway, I am very much
> > annoyed at the lack of notice from a global perspective. It is not
> > unreasonable for someone to make a 9pm meeting. It *is* unreasonable
> > to expect someone to be reading mail during dinner hours to find out
> > about it. The reason that the meeting was rescheduled was because of
> > a U.S. specific holiday, and in the process, made it very difficult
> > for non-Americans that wanted to attend to do so. We didn't push
> > back because we deemed the topics of enough importance. Which
> > underscores the importance for giving people fair chances at
> > showing. Do we seriously need to institute a policy for a minimum
> > amount of notice with meeting schedule changes? Or can we start
> > thinking like a global distribution?
> There was a poll site set up for who could make what meeting times. A
> time was picked that had the most people available marked, and those
> people were specifically contacted again to make sure they could make
I was not contacted to make sure i could make it. the first i heard was the
posting a few hours before.
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