Re: [board-discuss] poll on regular BoD times
Le 06/11/2011 13:14, Florian Effenberger a écrit :
it seems we didn't yet come up with a solution. Everyone voted (thanks
for that!), and e.g. Wednesday 1600 UTC looks rather good, with 7 people
joining and 2 possibly, giving a total of 9.
On the weekend, however, it looks rather bad. Neither Saturday nor
Sunday has many people who could join a call. Please everyone check your
availability again. With the current results, we could e.g. do Wednesday
1600 UTC and Friday 1500 UTC, but no "real" weekend call.
I am fine if we don't do one on the weekends, but wanted to give
everyone a chance again in case two times in the evening is not desired.
The poll is at
Thanks, and have a nice Sunday,
May I propose an alternative solution?
I was actually wondering if we would always need one call every week. We
had a year of "setup phase" and obviously we still have much work to do,
however, if we see things 6 months down the road maybe the BoD won't
have to gather that often and sometimes it's best to have one call every
two weeks with everyone available that short calls each week. I have no
strong opinion here, only a comment that the problem at hand might not
be a real problem.
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