[WG-UMA] APAC-friendly meeting times vs. successful meetings

Eve Maler eve at xmlgrrl.com
Mon Oct 6 19:13:29 CDT 2014


You are, currently. I do want to get your input! Could you commit to reviewing emails about open issues and responding where you have opinions?

	Eve

On 6 Oct 2014, at 4:28 PM, gil.kirkpatrick at viewds.com wrote:

> I'd certainly rather keep them, but if the APAC schedule cuts out people who are more critical to the process than me (I assume I'm the only APAC participant?), dropping the APAC schedule makes sense.
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> -g
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> From: "Eve Maler" <eve at xmlgrrl.com>
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> Sent: 7/10/2014 6:12:37 AM
> Subject: [WG-UMA] APAC-friendly meeting times vs. successful meetings
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>> I fear that our experiment with APAC-friendly meeting times isn't going so well, precisely when we need all hands on deck to get through our V0.9-to-V1.0 issues. If we had a well-oiled machine around global round-robin meeting times, or a really large APAC contingent, it might be different. But I'm currently thinking that we should go back to a consistent schedule of meetings at the same hour every week, at least through the end of the year.
>> 
>> If you feel strongly that we should KEEP the APAC-friendly times, please weigh in by email.
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>> Eve
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