[Ssf] Meetings

noone noone machinevman at hotmail.com
Thu Nov 18 18:28:19 GMT 2004

I really like agendas, i think that if we had an agenda prepared at least a 
few days before the meeting and put it on the list it would create abit more 
impetus for people to go to the meeting if they know vaguely what is 


>From: spodulike at freeuk.com
>Reply-To: spodulike at freeuk.com
>To: Ssf at lists.aktivix.org
>Subject: [Ssf] Meetings
>Date: Thu, 18 Nov 2004 13:31:17 +0000
>Just spoke to Dave about the welfare stuff, not co-ordinated it seems
>and in danger of not happening. So would suggest this organisation
>thing needs to be resolved.
>For the meeting it would be good to go around, as did last meet, and
>see what everyone wants to do. Then maybe to set a timescale of stuff
>and priorities?
>What really needs to come out is defined tasks. At the moment it seems
>to be individuals who push stuff forward, which is ok but not really
>organised and puts a lot on single cogs. I think one problem is
>everyone is busy but even if we just get some little tasks set on it
>will be more productive than stuff being done ad hoc.
>If we have a plan of what needs to be done for this and that and when
>then we can share resources on various different campaigns. Think it
>would also be easier to pull people into the forum if there are tasks
>they could help with and practical stuff to do on a range of campaigns.
>Anyway, lemme know wot u think etc, cheers,
>Ssf mailing list
>Ssf at lists.aktivix.org

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