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Re: Meeting Announcement
Patrick Dickey <pdickeybeta@xxxxxxxxx>
Tue, 26 Apr 2011 18:47:15 -0500
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I think a combination of the three would be best. The polls a week or so
in advance (open for about 3 to 4 days) to figure out when the meeting
should be. Then on that Wednesday/Thursday before, send an invitation
to everyone in the list (from a Google Calendar, if nothing else)
announcing the meeting date/time with a link to the agenda.
Also, if someone has a blog in the Ubuntu Planet, they may want to start
announcing the meetings and agendas (and even minutes?) on that.
Hopefully it will encourage other people to get active in the project.
Have a great day:)
On 04/26/2011 05:19 PM, c7p wrote:
> It's a very good idea to use google calendar once the meeting dates have
> been finalized, we can start using the service even from this meeting.
> My point of view is that we have to use polls so we can choose the most
> suitable time for the majority. Also the members of the team are
> informed about the goals of the meeting and the agenda, so they can
> decide if they are interested in attending the meeting or not -typically
> every member should attend meeting or read meeting logs-. That's what
> these mails are for. If you have any ideas on how we can avoid these
> prior meeting e-mails, feel free to share them.
> c7p @ freenode
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