[WG-P3] P3 Ballot - Approving Previous Notes into Minutes

j stollman stollman.j at gmail.com
Sun Jun 13 06:56:31 EDT 2010


I apologize for being so tardy in replying.

None of the meeting notes in question cover quorate sessions.

I vote YES to approve reading these notes into the minutes.

Thank you.

Jeff

On Fri, Jun 11, 2010 at 9:41 AM, Susan Landau
<susan.landau at privacyink.org>wrote:

> On 6/11/10 9:35 AM, Mark Lizar wrote:
> >
> > As secretary I realise the importance of meeting notes and their
> > record of work that is achieved through collaboration.  As a member, I
> > feel in this context the ratifying of notes into minutes is a formal
> > way of recognising work and time contributed.   Not only is a ballot a
> > perforative way to accomplish this, it allows meeting times to be more
> > productive.
> >
> > My Opinion as a Member:
> >
> > I suggest, rather than setting a precedent for agreeing minutes via
> > the list, we treat this situation as one-off (part of organising this
> > new WG) and we efficiently either ratify our notes into minutes or we
> > dont, and move on.
> >
> Agree.
>
> I vote to ratify (and to move on).
>
> Susan
>
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