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Re: settle new telecon

From: Lynne Rosenthal <lynne.rosenthal@nist.gov>
Date: Thu, 17 Oct 2002 09:05:12 -0400
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To: Lofton Henderson <lofton@rockynet.com>, www-qa-wg@w3.org

My preference in Option 1

I suggest.
1. Putting important items first on the agenda, allocating a set amount of 
time. If it isn't finished, then it gets continued via email or at the next 
week's telcon.  Also, put the logistics and other housekeeping items at the 
2. Starting on time - that is no later than 10:05 (in case people's clocks 
are not exact).
3.  Identifying the minute taker prior to the call worked great.  Thanks 
Lofton for arranging that.
4.  If there aren't many interested people on a topic, then the suggestion 
to assign it to a person is a good one.  That person writes the response, 
if there is time, circulates it to the WG with a deadline for comments, 
accepts or rejects comments (if reject then there should be a dialog with 
that person), and then, sends in the response as the WG's response.


At 06:18 PM 10/16/2002, Lofton Henderson wrote:

>QAWG participants --
>Everyone, please reply -- Option 1 or Option 2 -- for new telecon 
>schedule.  (Optional:  state your reasons.)
>Option 1
>every Monday
>slot:  11-12:30
>agenda goal:  11-12*
>12-12:30:  for editors, etc**
>*Note:  "normal" agenda plan is 1 hr.
>**Comment:  because NIST people can *never* attend 12-12:30, we can't ever 
>have all-QAWG time then, even if editors need it in final crush (1 or 2 
>meetings) before a publication milestone.
>Option 2
>every Monday
>slot:  10:30-12
>agenda goal:  10:30-11:30*
>11:30-12:  normally for editors, etc
>11:30-12:  occasional all-QAWG time if needed**
>*Note:  "normal" agenda plan is 1 hr.
>**Comment:  Since the proposed agenda always goes out at least 2nd day 
>before telcon, it would indicate if an extra-ordinary 1-1/2 hour all-QAWG 
>session is needed or planned.  However, this would likely be 
>discussed/known much further in advance, e.g., previous telecon.
>(My vote -- see next message.)
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